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Aristotle’s Theory of the Origin of the State

Jason Zarri has posted a new article in Philosophy Notes from my Grandfather, which is a brief explanation of Aristotle’s Theory of the Origin of the State.

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A Primer on Logic: Part 4.1

Jason Zarri has a new article in Logic, A Primer on Logic: Part 4.1, in which he addresses some preliminaries to Predicate Logic.

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Philosophy Notes from my Grandfather — A New Section of Scholardarity

I’ve started a new section of Scholardarity in Open Source Study Notes, Philosophy Notes from my Grandfather. It’s a page dedicated to the memory of my late grandfather, who graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s in Philosophy from USF. I’ve also added its first entry, An Overview of the History of Philosophy: Part 1. more »

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On the Relativity of “Reallys”: A Critique of Strawson

Jason Zarri has a new article in the Philosophy of Mind, On the Relativity of “Reallys”: A Critique of Strawson.

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New Study Notes: A Brief Sketch of Kant’s Critical Philosophy

Jason Zarri has posted A Brief Sketch of Kant’s Critical Philosophy in Scholardarity Student’s Open Source Study Notes.

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New Study Notes: Philosophy of Language Notes Part 1: Wittgenstein

Jason Zarri has posted Part 1 of his notes on the Philosophy of language, the first contribution to Scholardarity Student’s Open Source Study Notes. This  part deals with the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein.

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A Synopsis of Singer’s The Life You Can Save

Jason Zarri has a new article in Ethics, A Synopsis of Singer’s The Life You Can Save (Also available as a PDF)

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Should Scientists Ignore Philosophical Theories of Evidence?

Jason Zarri has a new article in the Philosophy of Science, Should Scientists Ignore Philosophical Theories of Evidence? (Also available as a PDF).

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Objectivism and the Corruption of Rationality

As co-founders of Scholardarity, Peter Krey and Jason Zarri are happy to announce that Scott Ryan’s book Objectivism and the Corruption of Rationality: A Critique of Ayn Rand’s Epistemology is now available for free through Scholardarity, in the Epistemology section. Description: Ayn Rand presented Objectivism as a philosophy of reason. But is it? That is more »

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How to Know What Should Be So: Ethical Guidance and Ethical Theories

Jason Zarri has a new article in Ethics, How to Know What Should Be So: Ethical Guidance and Ethical Theories (Also available as a PDF).

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