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  1. Há 20 horas · Baruch ( de) Spinoza [b] (24 November 1632 – 21 February 1677), also known under his Latinized pen name Benedictus de Spinoza, was a Dutch philosopher of Portuguese-Jewish origin. As a forerunner of the Age of Enlightenment, Spinoza significantly influenced modern biblical criticism, 17th-century rationalism, and Dutch intellectual culture ...

  2. Há 1 dia · 7.2 The logic of concepts and set theory. Gödel remarks that the future logic of concepts might contain set theory. This is explained by his conjecture that for every set, there is a (defining) concept ( [ 22], 8.6.4). In that case, we would be able to deal with sets as extensions of the corresponding concepts.

  3. Há 2 dias · A little over a year ago, we lost one of the leading historians of philosophy of her generation, Prof. Maria Rosa Antognazza. So many in this community also lost a dear friend. Rosa, as she was known, was a ground-breaking scholar, combining erudition with crystalline clarity. She had an unparalleled ability to make the history of our subject ...

  4. Há 1 dia · There is a widespread practice of using evidence obtained from conceiving/imagining for establishing possibility claims. As a case study. I offer a critical reconstruction of an influential conceivability argument, Bohn’s (Philosophical Quarterly 59:193-201, 2009a, Analysis 70:296–298, 2009b, Analysis 70:296-298, 2010) argument for junk (there are proper parts forming wholes, but there is ...

  5. Here’s two. The first was popular in the late 1800s, the second was popular in the late 1600s. If there is some extra-mental reality, then if our thoughts are true, then there must be some relation of correspondence between thoughts and non-mental things. But there is no way to make sense of how su

  6. Há 5 dias · When Will Durant published his The Story of Philosophy in 1926, he was compelled to offer his readers a lengthy section on the two men who were widely regarded as the greatest living philosophers. Both were Nobel-Prize winners: Benedetto Croce and Henri Bergson.

  7. Há 1 dia · Week Eight: 2/26 Tuesday, Leibniz, Philosophical Papers, “On Vital Principles and Plastic Natures,” “Letter to Hansch”; Philosophical Essays, “Principles of Nature and Grace.” 2/28 Thursday, Leibniz, Philosophical Essays, “Monadology.” 2/29 Friday, Quiz 5 on Angel Week Nine: 3/5 Tuesday, Spring Break 3/7 Thursday, Spring Break Week Ten: 3/12 Tuesday, Berkeley, Principles ...