x Bookmark Towards A Kinder, Gentler Verificationism A Sketch of a Research Project Jason Zarri It often happens, for various reasons, that philosophers defend radical views which, first, are too radical to be plausible, and second, are such that a less radical and more plausible view would satisfy the underlying more »
x Bookmark The Utilitarian Stance Jason Zarri ~ Section 1 ~ The Pursuit of “Pleasure”: What Utilitarianism Could Not Be There are many things that people strive to obtain: Wealth, power, jobs, friends, material goods, loving relationships… . Is “pleasure” one of them? Well, if by ‘pleasure’ one simply means pleasant experiences, I think the more »
x Bookmark Jason Zarri has a new article in Epistemology, What Theories of Knowledge are Theories of.
x Bookmark Hard Compatibilism? Jason Zarri Incompatibilism is the view that free will is incompatible with determinism; compatibilism is the view that it is compatible with it. Libertarianism is the combination of of incompatibilism with the view that determinism is false, hard determinism is the combination of incompatibilism with the view that determinism more »
x Bookmark Peter Krey and Jason Zarri have just e-published the first section of their intro to philosophy text, “I Am, Therefore I Think: A Historical Introduction to Philosophy”. This section is about the Presocratics, and can be found here: I Am, Therefore I Think: A Historical Introduction to Philosophy Many thanks to Mark Krey more »