Texas A&M – Intro To Philosophy (first class that I took)

A Philosopher’s Painting

What we ought to do, and ought not to do are considered the precincts of moral responsibility.  Many philosophers have justified the existence of morality as a result of the existence of man’s free will; whether free will can be justified in itself, as the cause for existence of moral responsibility or be compatible with … Continue reading »

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The Johnson Mistake: Misapplication of Good and Evil

“Mad mobs rape innocent”, “Men, Boys Burned Alive with Tires holding Arms Down”, “Soldiers toss Babies to be speared on Rifles”, “Mothers forced to wear children’s severed body parts around neck”, “Men Forced to witness daughters, wives raped”.  Evil may be seen as an act as petty as stealing the purse of an old lady … Continue reading »

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Proof that God Exists: An Analysis through Descartes’ Arguments

In Discourse on Method and Meditations on First Philosophy, Descartes attempts to rebuild his idea of reality, to see if he really knows anything, or if his ideas can be destroyed by the slightest hint of a doubt.  In his pursuit of reality, Descartes encounters the problem of a powerful and malicious entity, an evil … Continue reading »

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Kane vs. Stace

What we ought to do, and ought not to do are considered the precincts of Moral Responsibility.  Many philosophers have justified the existence of morality due to existence of man’s free will; whether free will is justified in itself, as the cause for existence of moral responsibility, and possibly be compatible with determinism, are questions … Continue reading »

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