Was Socrates An Anarchist?

THINKING FOR A LIVING: A PHILOSOPHER’S NOTEBOOK (SECOND SERIES, INSTALLMENT 6) PREVIOUS INSTALLMENTS IN THE SECOND SERIES #5: Conceptual analysis from a non-conceptualist point of view. #4: Further implications of non-conceptualism: sometimes, hell is other species. #3: Implications of non-conceptualism: the existential counterpunch. #2: The incoherence of public philosophy, and what can be done about … [continue reading]

Conceptual Analysis From A Non-Conceptualist Point Of View.

THINKING FOR A LIVING: A PHILOSOPHER’S NOTEBOOK (SECOND SERIES, INSTALLMENT 5) PREVIOUS INSTALLMENTS IN THE SECOND SERIES #4: Further implications of non-conceptualism: sometimes, hell is other species. #3: Implications of non-conceptualism: the existential counterpunch. #2: The incoherence of public philosophy, and what can be done about it. #1: What is “the debate about non-conceptual content,” … [continue reading]

Further Implications Of Non-Conceptualism: Sometimes, Hell Is Other Species.

THINKING FOR A LIVING: A PHILOSOPHER’S NOTEBOOK (SECOND SERIES, INSTALLMENT 4) PREVIOUS INSTALLMENTS IN THE SECOND SERIES #3: Implications of non-conceptualism: the existential counterpunch. #2: The incoherence of public philosophy, and what can be done about it. #1: What is “the debate about non-conceptual content,” and why does it matter so damned much? The Omnibus … [continue reading]

Implications of Non-Conceptualism: The Existential Counterpunch.

Thinking For A Living: A Philosopher’s Notebook (Second Series, Installment 3) PREVIOUS INSTALLMENTS IN THE SECOND SERIES #2: The incoherence of public philosophy, and what can be done about it. #1: What is “the debate about non-conceptual content,” and why does it matter so damned much? The Omnibus Edition contains the nineteen installments of the … [continue reading]

The Incoherence of Public Philosophy, and What Can Be Done About It.

Thinking For A Living: A Philosopher’s Notebook (Second Series, Installment 2) PREVIOUS INSTALLMENTS IN THE SECOND SERIES #1: What is “the debate about non-conceptual content,” and why does it matter so damned much? The Omnibus Edition contains the nineteen installments of the First Series of THINKING FOR A LIVING, revised and collected into a single … [continue reading]

What Is “The Debate About Non-Conceptual Content,” And Why Does It Matter So Damned Much?

Thinking For A Living: A Philosopher’s Notebook (Second Series, Installment 1) The Omnibus Edition contains the nineteen installments of the First Series of THINKING FOR A LIVING, revised and collected into a single volume, as a downloadable .pdf for universal free sharing– THE FIRST SERIES #19: The incoherence and impossibility of personal immortality. #18: A … [continue reading]

THINKING FOR A LIVING: A PHILOSOPHER’S NOTEBOOK, May 2018 – January 2019, Omnibus Edition.

The Omnibus Edition contains the first nineteen installments of THINKING FOR A LIVING, revised and collected into a single volume, as a downloadable .pdf for universal free sharing– PREVIOUS INSTALLMENTS #19: The incoherence and impossibility of personal immortality. #18: A new argument against capital punishment. #17: Fear, denial, and loathing in the philosophy of mind. … [continue reading]