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Microdosing Philosophy

A survey of philosophers and their ideas primarily on topics of ethics and metaphysics.


Basic Propositional arguments
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Critcal Thinking: part2
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Critcial Thinking: An Introduction
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Bitzer's Idea of Constraints
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Bitzer's Rhetorical Theory: Exigence and Audience
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Bitzer's Rhetorical Situation part one
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Booth's Rhetorical Stance
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A quick look at Aristotle's Modes of Appeal
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Rhetoric: an introduction
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Lucretius and Epicureanism
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Stoic Philosophy
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Plato's Phaedo: Part Two
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Plato's Phaedo: Part One
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Plato's Euthyphro
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Plato: a basic introduction
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Arsitotle on the Soul (De Anima)
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Substance in Aristotle's Meatphysics VII
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Aristotle: Accounting for change in the world
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Kant's Groundwork on a Metaphysics of Morals: Section 2
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Kant's Groundwork on Morals, Part one
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The background to Kant's Ethics
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A quick note on ethical relativism
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Ethical relativism seems to pop up regularly in classes on ethical topics. It can become a huge distraction or digression from the topics at hand. I think it is ultimately a waste of time. If you are interested in following some of the arguments about relativism I suggest a look at these two short books:

A Refutation of Moral Relativism by Peter Kreeft

Ethics: A Very Short Introduction by Simon Blackburn

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Published Nov 16, 2020 at 3:44am
Mill's Eudaimonistic Utilitarianism
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Bentham's Hedonic Calculus
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Bentham and Utilitarianism
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An Introduction to Ethics
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Welcome to Philosophy
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