Tag: reason

  • A Timeless Response

    www.academia.edu/2635852/Shut_Your_Mouth_when_Youre_Talking_to_Me_Silencing_the_Idealist_School_of_Critical_Race_Theory_through_a_Culturalogical_Turn_in_Jurisprudence I’m not sure when Tommy Curry wrote this paper, whether he was actually writing it as a direct response to my paper that I published at academia EDU (see my recent post), or whether it is purely coincidence that he happened to publish this paper or it was put out on the platform just […]

  • Toward a Unified Philosophy of Counseling: Object Orientation

    In case you missed it. https://epublications.regis.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1027&context=cftsr Counseling and Family Therapy Scholarship Review Volume 3 Issue 1 Article 4 An Essay Concerning the Possibility of a Unifified Theory of Counseling Lance Kair Regis University, Department of Counseling, Division of Counseling and Family Therapy, Rueckert- Hartman College of Health Professions, lkair@regis.edu Follow this and additional works at: […]

  • The Contradiction in the Imperative

    The Mask situation has brought Some interesting philosophical issues and insights. COVID-19, as largely an entirely random occurrence from the chaos which exists beyond our ever reckoning, is not really the philosophical issue, unless we want to speculate about the various ideological imperatives. Science arises outside of these ideological imperatives, or rather one could say […]

  • Emotion and Reason. Part 5

    I got this from Philosophics Blog who was commenting on my series of post. lets see if i can get to my point of all this. In Parts 1 and 2 I posed an exercise of monitoring and then graphing ones emotional intensity over a period of time. Then I pondered if it would be […]

  • Reason and Emotion.part 4

    OK. The concept behind my idea of the relationship between reason and emotion is that emotion is the significant factor in what reason is able to accomplish. We can go back to the hypothetical charting of our emotions (and Reason?) the past few days that all of us have been doing because we are so […]

  • Emotion and Reason. Part 3

    So back to my original intention behind this post that I have now divided up into three parts. I am challenging the notion that reason is the crowning authority of human existence and consciousness. And, as a commenter on Part 2 pointed out: I do agree with the observation that what we often think is […]

  • Reason and Emotion part 2: A reason scale?

    In part one of this post I ended with the idea of making a kind of “emotion scale”. In thinking about finishing the post that I started, the one that I am chopping up in to different parts right now, it crossed my mind: I wonder if we could make a “reason scale” similar to […]

  • Reason and Emotion. part 1

    As a budding counselor philosopher I find myself pondering what reason and what emotion might actually be in the determination of the human being in the world. I might be wrong, and please, anyone who knows any authors or has any suggestions– I don’t think the idea of “reason” has been parsed out. Even when […]

  • Another stab at: What is Philosophy? A non-philosophical concise definition.

    Finally a Concise Definition of Philosophy. Cedric Nathaniel Regis University {KEYWORDS: concise, definition, non-philosophy, orientation, philosophy, reality, route} Finally a Concise Definition of Philosophy. Continental philosophy has become a caricature of itself.  Its intensions found lacking, every definition philosophers have given over the decades have left many of us in a virtual state of trauma. […]

  • Climate Change and Pascal’s Wager.

    In this Era of Prehistory, everything gets turned on its head, just like in the Pirate’s of the Caribbean movie… As I have put forth in various places a “turned on its head” version of faith in the spirit of Kierkegaard (somewhere in my posts Im sure Ive spelled it out, but I surely address […]