In “Moral Aspirations and Ideals” by Kimberley Brownlee, she asserts that ideals and aspirations are distinct moral categories. She defines an ideal as a
In David Edmonds’ book, Would You Kill The Fat Man, variations on a thought experiment are used to expose problems in making ethical determinations.
In this paper, I will show that Spinoza made improvements to Descartes’ concept dualism in three significant ways, but fell short when he
As emigrants moved into the American West, it is evident that they carried with them the tenets of racism and white supremacy, and these
This needs to be updated to show Burning Man’s purchase of the trailer park.
There are many reasons why a person might believe in God. Maybe it is because they look at the world with all its life
In Plato’s Republic, Thrasymachus asserts that justice is whatever is to the advantage of the stronger, and injustice is that which is in one’s
The following is most of what I wrote in Professor Kyle Simmons’ Intro to Existentialism class at TMCC, Spring 2016. Dostoevsky – Notes from
I commend Brendan Trainor for the talent he exhibits in his article, “Bernie Sanders, fascist” in the March 10th edition of RN&R. He has mastered