An Anthology of Philosophical Studies

Volume 4

Edited by Patricia Hanna

ISBN: 978-960-6672-65-1, 240 pages

First published in 2010 by ATINER

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Table of Contents

List of Contributors

1.

Introduction

Patricia Hanna

1

Part 1: History of Philosophy

Ancient and Medieval

2.

Aristotle versus Plato on Tragedy with Respect to Civic Education

Jaroslav Danes

7

3.

The Practice of Dialogue: Socrates in the Meno

J. Gregory Keller

19

4.

Lugones, Agency under Oppression, and the Aristotelian Practical Syllogism

Crista Lebens

27

5.

The Examined Life: Outline of a Neo-Socratic Argument

Joe Mintoff

37

6.

The Milindapanha (Questions of King Milinda):

An Early Encounter between Greek and Buddhist Philosophy

Jere ONeil Surber

47

7.

Plato on Truth and Falsehood in the Polis

Anne M. Wiles

59

Modern

8.

Locke on Personal Identity: The Form of the Self

Siyaves Azeri

69

9.

How Cartesian is Cartesian Linguistics?

Christina Behme

79

10.

The Conceputalist Analysis of Descartess Creation Doctrine Daniel Considine

89

11.

Hegel and Foucault Re-visited

Evangelia Sembou

99

Part 2: Metaphysics, Logic and Philosophy of Language

12.

The Individual Variability Problem

Dimitra Electra Gatzia

113

13.

How to Avoid Relativism:

What Forms the Bedrock that turns our Spade?

Patricia Hanna

129

14.

Two Dimensions of Logical Theory: Commitment and Truth John Kearns

141


 

15.

In what Sense is Tarskis Semantic Conception of Truth Semantic?

Ladislav Koren and Jana Pavlikova

153

16.

Being as the Set of All Things

Donald V. Poochigian

167

17.

The Selfs Survival and its Freedom

Andrew Ward

177

18.

Ramsey and Laconicism

Kiriake Xerohemona

187

Part 3: Ethics and Political Philosophy

19.

Sartre and Judith Butler:

A Problem of Agency That Existentialism Cant Solve

Katherine Cooklin

201

20.

The Social Foundations of the Ethical in Kierkegaards Idea of Existence

Michael J. Matthis

211

21.

Responsibility in an Age of Global Climate Change:

Lessons from the Phenomenology of Thomas Langan

Ingrid Leman Stefanovic

221

22.

From Rationality to Morality: The Challenge of Egoism

James P. Sterba

229