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May 05

Freewill and Human Bubbles

When you begin to ask questions like, “Do human beings have free will?” as we have done in my last few posts, you enter into thorny philosophical territory. My understanding of Charles Sanders Peirce logic tells me that he would say the difficulty comes from the fact that a question as subtle and complex as […]

March 09

Audio: Two Generations of American Philosophy, Part 2

  Recently I gave a talk about certain aspects of the history of American Philosophy and the contemporary work of Andrew Cohen and his philosophy of Evolutionary Enlightenment. I intend to publish that talk in a series of which this audio is the first installment. In this second  part of the talk I speak about […]