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The Lens Through Which Ye See: Philosophy of Time in the Works of C.S. Lewis
What can modern philosophers of time learn from the fictional works of C.S. Lewis? In this thesis I demonstrate that Lewis’s conception of time as exemplified throughout his works, but particularly in the Chronicles of ...
Seneca's On Anger
A Priori Laws and the External World
This thesis demonstrates that any interpretation of the status of ‘mind-independent reality’ or ‘the external world’ in Kant’s transcendental idealism is incomplete if it fails to account for the metaphysical implications ...
The world is full of really horrible evils. Horrific human suffering, meaningless animal deaths, and natural systems based on destruction work together to threaten our sense of meaning in the world as well as our ability ...
Better Is One Day
Every court case is a story, a drama played out before peer and judge. Characters move around stage amid recitations of scripted lines. Too often, the casual observer ignores the real people with unique stories and motivations ...
Cartesian Dualism and the Problem of Interaction
There are numerous ways to consider the form and essence of humans. This is no less true in the discipline of philosophy. In general, philosophers consider the human in two different ways: either through materialism or ...
God, Contingent Entities, and the Afterlife
In this thesis I attempt to provide an original argument for the continuance of each individual human person past physical death. I do this by describing the relationship between God and everything in the world that is ...
Rhetoric and Philosophy: Cicero’s Model for Moral Education
Cicero recognized that rhetoric was a powerful art and that it was necessary to develop virtue and integrity in those trained as orators. In De Oratore, he seeks to reunify the subjects of philosophy and rhetoric for the ...
A Reply to Paul Draper’s Argument from Evil
If God is so great, then why is this world full of evil, pain, and suffering? Throughout the ages, philosophers, theologians, and everyday people from all walks of life have tried to make sense of the apparent injustice, ...
Around the Color Wheel
This children’s story tells about adventures of a young girl who goes on a hot air balloon adventure to find colors, which disappeared from the world five years ago. In addition to the creative work, which is the primary ...