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Thu 18 Mar, 2010 01:50 pm - Its release? Or if that would result in scattered corpses, you could express it through art or writing. I too have an anger problem, so I will be paying attention to this thread. (view)
Fri 5 Feb, 2010 07:52 pm - Forgot about Jaegwon Kim, philosopher of mind at Brown University. He's published a couple works in the past decade with his main focus being the mind/body problem. (view)
Thu 4 Feb, 2010 10:15 pm - I'm not sure what opinions people hold of him, but I'll mention him as long as we are talking about top philosophers or "up-and-comers." Nick Bostrom, who's only 37 I... (view)
Thu 4 Feb, 2010 09:49 pm - [QUOTE=memester;111771]Locke seems to have been a bit of an idiot[/QUOTE] Yes, when reading it, I did notice that glaring intolerance for atheism in his call for tolerance. :Glasses: (view)
Sun 22 Nov, 2009 10:59 pm - [QUOTE=kennethamy;105246]That is the "Hitler problem". Suppose Hitler as a little child was about to drown in a lake, and you, knowing how he was going to grow up, was able to save him.... (view)
Sun 22 Nov, 2009 06:35 pm - In one of the late chapters in [I]Moby Dick[/I], Starbuck points a musket at a slumbering Ahab and wonders if he should kill him to save the 30-man crew who would be hurled into almost certain... (view)
Wed 28 Oct, 2009 11:27 pm - What message of Christ are we talking about here? I thought Paul was considered the [I]closest[/I] source to Jesus as the gospel material was later. Its difficult to call Paul a softie in any way.... (view)
Wed 28 Oct, 2009 11:18 pm - Whether you're conventionally reading the book or not, the effect on the brain should be very similar. We receive only the words and our minds are left to process the images actively on their... (view)
Tue 6 Oct, 2009 09:14 pm - Along with everyone's recommendations of the Platonic dialogues, I'd also add [I]The Republic[/I] which is most known for the "cave analogy" in book 7 (pardon me if someone has... (view)
Mon 5 Oct, 2009 06:50 pm - [QUOTE=Victor Eremita;95282]That's good, have you been reading other chapters since? Don't mind what others say about Hegel, if you find something valuable in Hegel, that's... (view)
 
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