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Question posted on September 18, 2014; no responses
Is any society that uses money in some degree a capitalist society, even the ex-Soviet Union? I hear arguments everyday from others and the media that a free society must necessarily be a capitalist one but I think that is...
Justice Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; 1 response
Does the future exist? In theory, is the future a 'place' that I can go to in a time-machine or does the universe alter in such a way that my desired era appears before me?...
Time Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; 3 responses
Is it possible for two tautologies to not be logically equivalent?...
Logic Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; 1 response
What's the source of the authority that parents commonly have over their children? For example, sayings like "My house, my rules" suggest that children and parents have a kind of agreement: in exchange for the food and shelter which their...
Children, Ethics Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; 1 response
In the context of "The Problem of Evil" can you help point me to the literature on this sub-category? Lacking this I have dubbed this sub-problem the "God for a day paradox": “If I had only some of the powers of God,...
Religion Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; 1 response
Hi, If there are truly random events in the Universe like Quantum Mechancis seems to suggest then even if we had a computer that knew everything about the Universe at t1 then it would stil fail to preidct every event at...
Physics Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; 1 response
Is there any way to ultimately resolve, by reason or evidence, the conflict between moral relativism and moral realism? Reading about this issue makes me feel unsure about the real status of morality. Any suggestion would help. ...
Ethics Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; 2 responses
Is it even conceivable to think about absolutely nothing?...
Mind Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; 1 response
How is Nietzsche's Will to Power related to his notion of Eternal Recurrence? Wikipedia suggests a connection, but does not elaborate. thanks PS: I am not a student and this is not a homework assignment. ...
Philosophers Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; no responses
Should salaried jobs exist? Salaried jobs don't measure what is achieved by the hour so many people are either underpaid or overpaid since it measures value only as an expectation of what is to be done rather than what is...
Business Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; 1 response
What does Plato mean (in The Republic) when he identifies that moderation (in the case of the city in speech) is identified with the agreement over who rules the city? Where is the moderation in that? I really don't understand...
Philosophers Show

Question posted on September 4, 2014; 1 response
Does the acceptance of scientific naturalism commit one to the view that the universe is devoid of all meaning?...
Science, Value Show

Question posted on September 4, 2014; 3 responses
The reason that Pascal's Wager doesn't seem convincing to me is that to me it seems that you can't assign a probability to something that doesn't have any empirical evidence. So all gods seems equally improbable. And so I would...
Religion Show

Question posted on September 4, 2014; 1 response
Atheists argue that some things are intrinsically good or evil. Pain, for example, seems to be an intrinsic evil. It is evil in and of itself; its badness is part of its intrinsic nature and is not bestowed upon it from some...
Value Show

Question posted on September 4, 2014; 1 response
What does it mean to be healthy? Is healthiness intrinsically good and ill health intrinsically bad? When we consider ourselves to be in good health, it seems like we are referring to a linked but disparate set of qualities such as...
Value Show

Question posted on September 4, 2014; 1 response
Is it better to have a STEM degree than having a Humanities one? Most people today seem to think the Humanities are basically useless, and that the only thing worth doing is STEM. Do you have any opinions on this...
Education Show

Question posted on September 4, 2014; no responses
Hello, I am trying to figure out what book to purchase that would best include and interpret the Asian philosopher Zhuangzi and his work. So far I am between "Zhuangzi" by Hochsmann and "The Complete Works of Chuang Tzu" by...
Philosophers Show

Question posted on September 4, 2014; 2 responses
Hi my name is Victoria! I was searching for some information about "what is the proper object of philosophy?" and couldn't find anything. Hope that I can get help on answering this question on the website. Thank you...
Philosophy Show

Question posted on September 4, 2014; 1 response
Why should I be convinced by a hard determinist's argument against free will if, assuming his position is true, I am simply determined by causes other than myself to believe in free will? And I also wonder if there...
Freedom Show

Question posted on August 21, 2014; 1 response
Have Zeno's paradoxes of motion actually been satisfactorily solved? Physicists and mathematicians I've read on the matter seem to regard them as no longer important, but never explain convincingly (for my money) why they're not still important. Have philosophers said...
Logic, Space, Time Show




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