Login

Philosophy

 
 

Recent Submissions

  • Tatum, Jerome Darin (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    Lucretius’ belief in an atomic structure of the universe that is very similar to the view modem science holds, helped to inform his views about the lack of possibility for the survival of the soul after death. He feels ...
  • York, Ian (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    Bigots use slurs to derogate their targets, but the source of slurs’ derogatory force remains in dispute among linguists and philosophers of language largely because existing theories have struggled to fully account for ...
  • Venegas, Miguel Angel (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    Most of people’s everyday judgments are inspired by emotions. Rarely do people rely on their cognitive resources to judge a situation rationally. Can the same be said of people in moral situations? If so, what is the ...
  • Triay, Miranda (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    The purpose of this work is to demonstrate that the preferred ethical immigration criteria suggested by liberal political philosophers Joseph Carens and Lea Ypi are not culturally neutral, and are historically ignorant ...
  • Nishiike, Takuma (San Francisco State University, 2017)
    There is much controversy over the interpretation of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics. One of the debates is over Aristotle’s view concerning the source of ethical knowledge. For a long time, it was the general consensus ...