AN ANTHOLOGY OF PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES

VOLUME 15

Patricia Hanna

ISBN: 978-960-598-453-3, 110 pages

First published in 2021 by ATINER

Price: Paperback: 50 (It includes Shipping and Handling)

Electronic copy: 30

Table of Contents

 

Introduction

1

Patricia Hanna

 

1.

Ignorance, Epistemic Injustice, and Rape Myths

Katherine Cooklin

3

2.

From Hawking to Narjuna: Interdisciplinary Infusion Tactics as a Means of Meeting Challenges in a Competitive Work Environment

Hugh Gunner Deery III

15

3.

Free Will: Objective and Subjective Perspectives

Shai Frogel

27

4.

The Ethical Actuality of Kants Categorical Imperative

Marko Jakić

35

5.

The Idea of Justice: Perspectives between Eros and Thanatos

Angela Michelis

49

6.

Dewey on Moral Principles as Hypotheses

William M. OMeara

59

7.

Guy Debord, Donald Trump, and the State of the Spectacle

Gary John Percesepe

71

8.

The Inalienable Right to Life and Liberty: Defensible in Principle Defeasible in Praxis

Tennyson Samraj

81

9.

Socrates Complicated Relationship with the Sophists

Dylan Skurka

93