Monthly Archives: September 2014

History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps

This month’s featured website is Professor Peter Adamson’s ‘History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps’ website. Peter Adamson is Professor of Philosophy at King’s College London (and at the LMU in Munich). His podcasts, all about 20 minutes in length … Continue reading

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The OUDCE Philosophical Society Members’ Weekend

In 2002 it seemed to me that it was such a shame that we have so many intelligent, interesting members of the OUDCE Philosophical Society, but that they never got a formal opportunity to make their views public. So I … Continue reading

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The Mind-Body Problem

This problem would be better named ‘the mind-brain problem’. It is the problem of whether the mind IS the brain, or to be more precise, the problem of whether mental states ARE neural states. The average modern person holds a … Continue reading

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