Posted on | August 14, 2012 How I Met Your Mother and Philosophy; Call for abstracts Lorenzo von Matterhorn, Editor
This collection was sent to me as one large archive. While many of the files in here are duplicates or very similar to other files in other parts of the site, it seemed appropriate to leave them together, since they do show one person's effort to put together a collective group.
Guide to the Philosophy of Mind Compiled by David Chalmers Since 1997 I have been philosophy of mind editor for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy . By now we have accumulated enough entries in the philosophy of mind that it's the equivalent of a pretty definitive reference work in the field. I have a certain pride in this, as I've put a lot of work into the editing of each entry, and most of the entries are superb guides to their topics. I thought it would make sense to gather all these in one place, as a useful reference for those who are especially interested in the philosophy of mind.
By Bertrand Russell Thiss Essay is part of the book "Why I am not a Christian" (1936), but was originally published in 1930. Table of Contents: Christianity and Sex The Objections to Religion The Soul and Immortality Sources of Intolerance The Doctrine of Free Will The Idea of Righteousness
This is a list of some of the major unsolved problems in philosophy . Clearly, unsolved philosophical problems exist in the lay sense (e.g. " What is the meaning of life? ", " Where did we come from? ", " What is reality? ", etc.).