Examines Spinoza’s concept of monism from several perspectives in order to determine if the assumptions Spinoza’s monism is based upon are acceptable.
Discussion of the Rational Choice Theory and the Post-Modernist Theory, and how these two different theories can, to some degree, be reconciled.
This paper discusses that Thomas Hobbes, in his “Leviathan’, proposes that man, in his natural state, is led to quarrel with other men because of competition, diffidence, and glory.
Explores Jean-Paul Sartre’s theory of existence and its significance to his concept of human freedom.
Critical analysis of arguments on immortality of soul, life & death, knowledge, the “other world”.
Explains the 19th chapter in “The Complete Works of Chuang Tzu” from a Confucian perspective.
An application of the ethics of John Mills and Immanuel Kant to the chemical industry.
Discusses the meaning of Chuang Tzu’s chapter 15 in Constrained in Will with regard to Taoist philosophy.
A comparison of the philosophies of Kant and Mills with respect to moral action.
This paper discusses the philosophy of art, especially post-modern art, and reviews the works of contemporary artists John Currin, Lucas Samaras, and others whose photographs are included in the “Only Skin Deep” exhibit.