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Leiter Reports: A Philosophy Blog: Dead philosophers...

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Dead philosophers... ...on twitter! (Thanks to Rob Tempio for the pointer.) Posted by Brian Leiter on August 13, 2013 at 06:32 AM in Philosophy in the News | Permalink. Paid Advertisements: Why Tolerate Religion?
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My New Philosophy (*see Note)

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My New Philosophy* (See Note) * (Note) By “My”, the author makes no actual proprietary claims to this line of thinking. By “New” the author does not mean to suggest measurable originality in this l...
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Global Primacy Denied? Why American Primacy Is Not Assured - the Diplomat

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Global Primacy Denied? Why American Primacy Is Not Assured the Diplomat Picture Greek and German philosophers milling around harmlessly on the soccer field in Monty Python's Flying Circus rather than Kal-El and General Zod pummeling...
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Dreaming, Philosophy of [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]

These interrelated questions cover philosophical domains as diverse as metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, scientific methodology, and the philosophy of biology, mind and language. This article covers the four questions and ...
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Tufts' #YOLO application question misses the mark - Los Angeles Times

Tufts' #YOLO application question misses the mark - Los Angeles Times | Philosophical wanderings | Scoop.it
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Tufts' #YOLO application question misses the mark
Los Angeles Times
“The ancient Romans started it when they coined the phrase 'carpe diem.' Jonathan Larson proclaimed 'No day but today!
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Slave to our thoughts - Brisbane Times

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Slave to our thoughts Brisbane Times "He told me he had been directly inspired by ancient Greek philosophy, particularly by a line from the Stoic philosopher Epictetus: 'Men are disturbed not by events but by their opinion about events.' "Ellis,...
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Relevant As Usual - "Death is only the beginning." - Ancient Egyptian...

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"Death is only the beginning." - Ancient Egyptian Philosophy (Photo: "Death is only the beginning." - Ancient Egyptian Philosophy http://t.co/fU5bi7s0yo)...
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The Warrior Sees through the Establishment’s Anti-Life Philosophy of Destruction and Despair

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By the time you finish reading this article, you will have a better understanding what causes our social and economic problems. Let’s begin. The last work Ayn Rand planned before her death in 1982 ...
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The Ancient Wisdom or Perennial Philosophy – Part 3 | Illuminations ...

The Ancient Wisdom or Perennial Philosophy – Part 3 | Illuminations ... | Philosophical wanderings | Scoop.it
Besant 33 (Continued from Part 2.) I'd like to conclude our look at the Perennial Philosophy with three views of it: that of the religious organizer Annie Besant, the Master Hilarion, and the scholar Aldous Huxley.
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The Humanities, Declining? Not According to the Numbers.

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Enrollments aren't down at all, despite what the naysayers want us to believe. (As a philosophy student who brings up race, gender, and class issues within my work, I frequently receive...
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Free Shakespeare Plays for Philosophers & Psychoanalysts - mediabistro.com

Free Shakespeare Plays for Philosophers & Psychoanalysts - mediabistro.com | Philosophical wanderings | Scoop.it
Free Shakespeare Plays for Philosophers & Psychoanalysts
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In Stay, Illusion! The Hamlet Doctrine, authors Simon Critchley and Jamieson Webster explored the philosophical and psychoanalytic themes in Shakespeare's most classic play.
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The philosophy of "The Spider"

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Anderson "The Spider" Silva explains his philosophy on fighting and what he thinks of the next generation of fighters.
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THE FIVE FORCES OF ENERGY. - SpeakingTree (blog)

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THE FIVE FORCES OF ENERGY.
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In philosophical terminology , Prana stands for the manifested Life Energy which expresses itself in the various physiological functions such as perception (prana).
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Machiavelli: Theories on Liberty, Religion, and The Original Constitution - Medievalists.net

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    Machiavelli: Theories on Liberty, Religion, and The Original Constitution Erin Bos Oklahoma Christian University Journal of Historical Studies, Tau Sigma Journal of Historical Studies: Vol.21 (2013) Abstract Machiavellian qualities...
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Is Philosophy Fiction?

Is Philosophy Fiction? | Philosophical wanderings | Scoop.it
I hear people say things like, "I mostly read non-fiction" while others proffer, "I prefer fiction." But, as a reader of philosophy, I'm not sure where I stand (Is Philosophy Fiction?
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Author Documents “Ultimate” Test of Psychic Cataclysm in New Book - PR Web (press release)

Author Documents “Ultimate” Test of Psychic Cataclysm in New Book - PR Web (press release) | Philosophical wanderings | Scoop.it
Author Documents “Ultimate” Test of Psychic Cataclysm in New Book
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How Tony resolves it from its most complicated development in the world we know is an awesome display of bravura philosophical discourse.
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Philosopher: Plants are people too. | Uncommon Descent

Philosopher: Plants are people too. | Uncommon Descent | Philosophical wanderings | Scoop.it
Philosopher Michael Marder, author of Plant-Thinking: A Philosophy of Vegetal Life : A Philosophy of Vegetal Life, so argues. According to Dominic Petman's review in the Los Angeles Review of Books, it's got so crazy, one ...
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Gary Brown: The philosophy of a scheduled meeting - The Arlington Advocate

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Gary Brown: The philosophy of a scheduled meeting The Arlington Advocate Philosophical question: When you pull up to a house for a meeting, and no people are present, other than a husband to whom you chat for a few minutes about art and the...
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Thomas Nagel: Thoughts Are Real

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The widest implications of Thomas Nagel’s new book involve art and how it helps us to understand the world. (Thomas Nagel's new philosophical work: Substance dualism is back? Minds are the eyes of the world?
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25 Wise, Philosophical Quotes From Disney Movies

25 Wise, Philosophical Quotes From Disney Movies | Philosophical wanderings | Scoop.it
The flower that blooms in adversity is the rarest and most beautiful of all.
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The Religious Perversion of Philosophy | Choice in Dying

The Religious Perversion of Philosophy | Choice in Dying | Philosophical wanderings | Scoop.it
I have the feeling that a lot of the new atheists think of philosophy as a close cousin of religion, and their crap detectors are particularly sensitive when faced with the claim that it is possible to argue for the truth of beliefs which ...
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Reclaiming Tarot - Patheos (blog)

Reclaiming Tarot - Patheos (blog) | Philosophical wanderings | Scoop.it
Reclaiming Tarot Patheos (blog) The cards go back, some claim, all the way to ancient Egypt (a civilization that didn't have paper and didn't use cards at all, but never mind) and are informed by mystical symbolism of Kabbalism and perhaps even of...
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People need to be free to act on their conscience - Irish Examiner

People need to be free to act on their conscience - Irish Examiner | Philosophical wanderings | Scoop.it
People need to be free to act on their conscience
Irish Examiner
Discussion of conscience can be traced to ancient Greek philosophy and the development of moral character.
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Human Welfare: ancient vs. present concept - SpeakingTree (blog)

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Human Welfare: ancient vs. present concept
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Human Welfare: ancient vs. present concept. By: Dr Ashoke Kumar Chatterjee on Jul 04, 2013 | 32 Views | Post Response. Category. spacer. Philosophy.
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Thomas Jefferson was a control freak - Salon

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Thomas Jefferson was a control freak
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Hyper-sensitive to criticism, the assiduous thirty-three-year-old wordsmith dreaded the thought of any tinkering with his text. (In fact, for the rest of his life, ...
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