Tag: thinking

  • Another Philosophical Stab At Philosophy

    I’m going to take another stab at talking about something strictly philosophical. It has to do with the previous post, The repost of seven ways to read philosophy with my commentary of how I read philosophy, how I go about it. I’m going to give you the philosophy behind my reading of philosophy. I am […]

  • Thought experiment for those philosophers who.

    I’m going to put forth a thought experiment. I imagine that I’ll get one or two comments about it, but I’d like to get more. Chances are I’ll probably get zero. So it goes to my point here. I am going to write an intellectual academic paper. It makes a good argument. It has a […]

  • Thought is not Thinking: A critique of philosophy.

    Much like “the history of consciousness” is not about an essential attribute of the functioning brain, like, we might associate consciousness with psyche, but is rather about the analysis of an appearance of what it is to be human in the world, so “thought” Is likewise not about what might be occurring in the gray […]

  • Larval Subjects, the Impetus for Communication and the Common Thought of the Past.

    Prof Bryant has an interesting post today.  And it inspired me to comment, below: As I taught Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics today, I emphasized the manner in which so many of the virtues he lists are social in nature. Although we intuitively value many of the virtues Aristotle lists, I don’t think it would occur to […]