Category Archives: After Aristotle Introduction to Philosophy Initiative

Returning to the Fray

Those aspects of life which have come between me and After Aristotle for the past half-year or so seem to be sufficiently diminished in number that putting hands to keyboard makes sense again. I left off posting having begun an … Continue reading

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Nagel’s Omission of Theology as a Mode of Theoretical Knowledge

Today’s post is one in the series, focusing now on Thomas Nagel’s What Does It All Mean? A Very Short Introduction to Philosophy,* that constitutes the Introduction to Philosophy Initiative introduced in “Announcing the After Aristotle Introduction to Philosophy Initiative.” There is … Continue reading

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Nagel’s Comparison and Contrasting of Philosophy and Mathematics

Today’s post is one in a series, devoted for now to Thomas Nagel’s What Does It All Mean? A Very Short Introduction to Philosophy,* a series constituting the Introduction to Philosophy Initiative presented to the world in “Announcing the After … Continue reading

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The “Table of Contents” for the “After Aristotle Introduction to Philosophy Initiative”

This post lists the titles of and links to the posts I publish in the series, the “After Aristotle Introduction to Philosophy Initiative,” devoted to Thomas Nagel’s What Does It All Mean? A Very Short Introduction to Philosophy (New York … Continue reading

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Announcing the After Aristotle Introduction to Philosophy Initiative

Those beginning the study of philosophy, whether on their own or in, say, an introductory college course in the subject, face many and varied challenges. One primary among them is that of the choice of the philosophical texts to be … Continue reading

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