The Cartesian meditations, platonic ideas, body-mind problem, philosophical theories of time, Escher's design paradoxes, and some ethical problems, compose the canvas of Christopher Nolan's new film titled: Inception.
Unlike Epicurus, who he is attempting to ease the fear and pain of death, Heidegger makes death a fundamental element of the Being. Dasein, as Being-Towards-Death faces the certainty of death and escapes from the evreyday routine to make life meaningful.
This is an attempt to classified the classic arguments for the proof of existence or inexistence of God. Firstly are listed analytically, the cosmological and ontological arguments and their rebuttals, and then the arguments of Kant and Sartre. Finally, are presented the pragmatic arguments (Pascal - William James) and noted the analytic philosophers objections (such as Ayer) according which any answer to the question "Does God Exist?" is meaningless.
Τhis paper summarizes the main points of Heideggerian ontology which is associated with human beings, nature, technology and the relationship between them, as well as their ethical implications.
This paper describes the problem of considering the Heideggerian theory of Dasein and Being-in-the-world as a framework of modern environmental ideologies and movements.
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Terrorism and Armed Violence: Conceptual Differences, Ethical Valuation and Observation of the phenomenon in Democracy, focusing on the Greek experience
This essay examines the problem of terrorism, particularly the phenomenon of terrorism in Western democracies. The objectives of this paper is to approach: (a) the concept of terrorism and the moral dimension of the problem, (b) the difference in the nature of armed violence in totalitarian and democratic regimes, (c) the moral impact of these operations, especially within the Greek experience.
Continuing the attempt to define the concept of absolute value in the Lecture on Ethics, this article explores the possibly influence of - the art and literature theorist - Paul Ernst, the writings of whom Wittgenstein was reading at the time.
This essay summarizes the main points of Wittgenstein’s lecture on ethics and examines whether and how the lecture reflects the Tractatus. It also investigates and analyzes the possible logical errors that has been accused for, especially the notion of judgments of absolute value. Finally, is presenting the argument between two modern Greek analysts of the text.