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Chris Degnen
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Is philosophy science or humanities?

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a Solution to The Problem Of Casuality and Thing-in-Themselves (Problem of Affection)

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Does physical reality exist without an observer?

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Is there a difference between "true" and "real"?

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What are the conclusions in Kant or Hegel that we can take to the bank?

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is there any inconsistancy if i claim thing-in-itselmselves are giving our mind "causality"?

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What is Life in a Deterministic Universe?

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Is Everything in Time Subject to Cause and Effect?

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What is the difference in concrete things between being and existing, or is there none?

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Is there a category even more general than "thing"?

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Is the story "The happiness of fish" in Zhuangzi about naïve realism?

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Are philosophy and science mergeable today?

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Question regarding Existentialism

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Is my existence contingent in experiences of nausea, and if so what is authenticity?

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Is the B-theory of time only compatible with an infinitely renewing cyclical reality?

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Presentism in Light of Relativity — It's About Time I Asked This Here

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What is the meaning of existence?

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Kant's remarks about the concept of time and the principle of noncontradiction

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Discussion about Graham Priest's dialetheic views on Eastern and Western philosophy

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Heidegger's Dasein - "Mode of Uncovering"

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Problem of Affection in Kant's Thing in themselves as Causes, Neo Kantians and Post Kantians Responses

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Do things that always existed require less explanation than things that do?

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Kant's "it is reprehensible in the highest degree" remark

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Can the PSR be true for everything except the universe?

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Is it implausible to claim consciousness is a fundamental?

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What category does bliss belong to?

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What do you call something that is not a substance in philosophy?

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How can you think clearly and find what you really want?

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What did Haugeland mean when he said that the grounding of ontical truth can be transcendental only as existential?

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What do we mean when we ask "What's the – fundamental – nature of reality?"

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