An Anthology of Philosophical Studies: Volume 10

Edited by Patricia Hanna

ISBN: 978-960-598-046-7, 110 pages

First published in 2016 by ATINER

Price: Paperback: 40€ (It includes Shipping and Handling)

Electronic copy: 30€

 

Table of Contents

Introduction

1

Patricia Hanna

 

1.

Creating the Anthropocene: Existential Social Philosophy and our Bleak Future

Damon Boria

3

2.

Connections between Seneca and Platonism in Epistulae ad Lucilium 58

Omar Di Paola

15

3.

What can Philosophers Learn from Neuroscience? Considerations on Green's Neuroethics

Javier Gracia-Calandín

27

4.

Ousía in Origen’s Commentary on John:  About the Theological Interpretation of a Philosophical Concept

Vito Limone

37

5.

Vulnerability as Strength in Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra

Dolores M. Lussich

47

6.

The New Challenges and the Role of Philosophy  according to Hans Jonas

Angela Michelis

59

7.

Bearing Witness, Responsibility, and Reconciliation in Lévinasian Thought:"The Truth and Reconciliation Commissions" of Post-Apartheid South Africa

Hanoch Ben-Pazi

73

8.

Merleau-Ponty: From the Overcoming of the Epistemological Dichotomy to the Recognition of the Ontological Diplopia

Gleisson Roberto Schmidt

85

9.

Frege's Principle of Saturation/Unsaturation: Relating Language and Ontology

Lourdes Valdivia-Dounce

97