Category Archives: Philosophy

Herland book review

Herland is a wonderful wonderful book. I sought it out after hearing it discussed on the partially examined life podcast (http://www.partiallyexaminedlife.com/2011/09/05/episode-42-feminists-on-human-nature-and-moral-psychology/) It is ostensibly an old-fashioned tale of discovery and exploration, full of social commentary, without it seeming shoehorned in, … Continue reading

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Descartes Demonic Deceiver

  Is this real? Am I sitting at my desk, composing, typing and indulging my caffeine addiction? Or as Descartes considered as a distinct possibility, am I being deceived by malicious demon? Personally I’m inclined towards the former, but that’s … Continue reading

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