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An artifact may be defined as an object that has been intentionally made or produced for a certain purpose.
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Christine M. Korsgaard (*1952) is an American moral philosopher.
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Jordan Peterson is a Canadian clinical psychologist
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Recognized by Aristotle, an enthymeme is a rhetorical device that is related to argumentation insofar as it is a syllogism which includes unstated propositions or implicit premises. Modern usage has d…
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Gabriel Marcel (1889—1973) was a French philosopher. He is associated with Paul Ricoeur and Jacques Maritain and negatively associated with Jean-Paul Sartre.
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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…
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for questions about recommendation of books for some particular area, topic. Use this tag together with (reference-request) tag.
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The idea that there is an overarching universal narrative.
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