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For questions about logic that do not require the objects in the domain of quantification to "exist". The adjective "free" is used in contrast to the adjective "classical".
a thought experiment. If an individual plank is removed and replaced from a ship until the ship has none of the original planks is it the same ship? If the planks removed from t…
For questions related to the logician Alfred Tarski (1901-1983).
for questions about the person as a fundamental notion or for philosophers who take such views. The focus would likely be on practical and ethical issues. Personalists include Borden Par…
Edmund Burke (1730 – 1797) was an Anglo-Irish statesman, political theorist and philosopher. His writings include 'A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful' (1…
more than the sum of its organs, life is more than a succession of experiences, the federation is greater than a cooperation of states. These ideas, and more (pun intended), are various fl…
Gabriel Marcel (1889—1973) was a French philosopher. He is associated with Paul Ricoeur and Jacques Maritain and negatively associated with Jean-Paul Sartre.