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How does the Chinese Room Argument handle the pile of sand paradox?

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How have successful governments legislated morality?

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What is a "disorder"?

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What, if any, are the most important claims to be considered proven in the absence of observation; ie: claims derived from logic alone?

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Can functions and dysfunctions exist without teleology?

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Term for alluding to options that don't exist

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Why is one who studies philosophy called a "philosopher" rather than a "philosophile?"

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Why do many philosophers state their arguments without using mathematics or formal language?

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Can there be more than one omnipotent being?

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Is the debate on free will over?

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Is winning/competition inherently unethical?

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What is the difference between spoken language and logical language?

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Are there moral theories in which necessity and duress do not excuse or justify an immoral action?

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Are my thoughts just chemical reactions?

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What say Kantian ethics about capitalism?

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Is there a philosophical definition of badness, immorality or evil that includes non-moral agents and innate properties that are not choices?

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What is the difference between a model and algorithm?

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What comes after capitalism?

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Can freedom ever be taken away?

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What threat to the external validity of a study is not also a threat to its internal validity?

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What do you call refusing to accept any proposition when there is any remote possibility it could be false?

3 votes

Is it always wrong to use other people for one's own purpose?

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Did Kant ever explain why “senses do not err” when it comes to optical illusions?

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Is there a proof that we can't prove a physical theory?

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Is loving someone essentially selfish?

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Is there any moral reasoning behind punishment?

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What is the logical fallacy that we face here?

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How is this a Gettier case?

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Why thank God for good things, but not blame God for bad things?

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Does Stoicism condone passivity?