Category Archives: Metaphysics

The Logical Universe

It’s reasonable to ask how transcendental truths exist, since it’s obvious they can’t exist in the same way rocks in a field or the Cathedral of Notre Dame exists. This has been somewhat of a puzzle for me, until it … Continue reading

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For Friday: Immanuel Kant and the Critique of Pure Reason

Immanuel Kant is generally considered to be the greatest philosopher of the modern era, that is, the period beginning with the 1700’s and proceeding to the current day. His first work, the Critique of Pure Reason, examined the relationship between … Continue reading

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The Logos, Part 1

There are four main questions I would like to address in my discussion of the Logos. First is a simple definition: What is it? What does the term refer to, and why do I choose it over other possible terms? … Continue reading

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