Identifying three kinds of “unity” in Kant’s “Critique of Pure Reason”?
What are the three transcendental ideas in Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason? (One application of this idea is found in the Transcendental Dialectic of the first Critique, where Kant insists that there are only three transcendental ideas—the thinking subject, the world as a whole, and a being of all beings—so that it is possible to […]Read More
What does “classical logic” mean?
What is meant by classical logic? Classical-logic definition A kind of logic based on the principle that each assertion has a truth value of either “true” or “false”, but not both. The Lindenbaum-Tarski algebra of propositional classical logic is a Boolean algebra. noun. Is classical logic complete? On Wikipedia this property is also called syntactical […]Read More
Is there an alternative canon for Western modern philosophy?
Who is regarded as the father of modern Western philosophy? René Descartes is generally considered the father of modern philosophy. He was the first major figure in the philosophical movement known as rationalism, a method of understanding the world based on the use of reason as the means to attain knowledge. What is modern Western […]Read More
Is Be, Do and Have all we can talk about?
How do you use be do and have? And your verb agreement. They have to agree so as an example i don't like pizza. If i used he i would say he doesn't like pizza. And we have to be careful. And use the base verb. What are examples of be verbs? “To be” verbs […]Read More
How does one comment on does actions similar to Hitler’s without invoking Godwin’s Law?
Why is it called Godwin’s Law? Godwin’s Law is known to be the oldest meme on the internet, made by Mike Godwin. The memes meaning is to say: The longer an online conversation continues, The more of a chance there is to mention Hitler. Godwin’s Law (also known as Godwin’s Rule of Nazi Analogies) is […]Read More
Is morality possible under mereological nihilism?
Can a nihilist be moral? Moral nihilism (also known as ethical nihilism or amoralism) is the meta-ethical view that nothing is moral or immoral. For example, a moral nihilist would say that killing someone, for whatever reason, is neither inherently right nor inherently wrong. Does nihilism reject morality? Moral nihilism (also known as ethical nihilism) […]Read More
Are temporal logics neccessarily paraconsistent?
Is temporal logic decidable? Metric Temporal Logic (MTL) is a prominent specification formal- ism for real-time systems. In this paper, we show that the satisfiabil- ity problem for MTL over finite timed words is decidable, with non- primitive recursive complexity. What is temporal logic example? In logic, temporal logic is any system of rules and […]Read More
What is the relationship between philosophy and science?
Science and philosophy have always learned from each other. Philosophy tirelessly draws from scientific discoveries fresh strength, material for broad generalisations, while to the sciences it imparts the world-view and methodological im pulses of its universal principles. What is the relationship of philosophy with science? The relation between Philosophy and Science Philosophy explains, examines and […]Read More
What is freedom of speech?
What does freedom of speech mean? freedom of speech, right, as stated in the 1st and 14th Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, to express information, ideas, and opinions free of government restrictions based on content. What is an example of freedom of speech? Freedom of speech includes the right: Of students to […]Read More
How can animals be objects of ethics without being subjects as well?
Why is it animals Cannot be considered as an ethical beings? Since animals cannot act morally, they will not sacrifice their own good for the sake of others, but will rather pursue their good even at the expense of others. That is why human beings should give the interests of other human beings greater weight […]Read More