This piece will be a short meditation on "logic," including a critical analysis of the use of language.
The sneaky, cheeky, lascivious Pandemonicum Grenvillard Woodimp is the last person (?) I expected to teach me life lessons on loyalty. But hey, It's not the messenger but the message.
A genius is someone whose mistakes are more difficult to imitate than his creativity. Genius is nothing more than quantifiable error. These are tactics one can use to quantify such error through fallibilism.
Both Frege and Russell agree that it is the role of the speakers’ beliefs which determine the semantics of names. However, they do not agree on most other points. Each attempt to offer theories of semantics and references which do not fall into...
Essay using philosophical arguments and theories to prove or disprove the existence of alternate realities based on Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Originally written as a college English paper in March 2010.
Philosopher Descartes held the belief that the mind exists independently of the body, giving us free will. Here are some criticisms you'll need to know when evaluating the concept.
by Bianca C. Tate June 12, 2011 In the opening sentence of Immanuel Kant’s essay, “What Is Enlightenment?” he answers the question quite succinctly. In brief, Kant believed that “enlightenment is man's emergence from his self-imposed...
Musing over the moral and philosophical implications of AI and self-driving vehicles. We have some difficult decisions to make as we meander through the political minefield we call home.
Traditionally knowledge, at least propositional knowledge, has been defined by philosophers as justified true beliefs. In order for beliefs to be regarded knowledge somebody had to believe it, there had to be justification for the belief and the...
What I am interested in, here, is: 'What is irony?' and 'What is irony's contribution to the arts?'