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Research Publications

Material through and through

1 August 2020

In: PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES, 177 (8), pp. 2431-24...

How Valuable Could a Person Be?*

15 July 2020

In: PHILOSOPHY AND PHENOMENOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 2...

SOCRATES' LESSON TO HIPPOTHALES IN PLATO'S LYSIS

1 July 2020

In: CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY, 115 (3), pp. 551-566, ...

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11 February 2020 (Tue) , 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Aristotle on Hierarchy and Reciprocity
“Aristotle on Hierarchy and Reciprocity” Kazutaka INAMURA Associate Professor of Political Science Waseda University ...
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6 November 2019 (Wed) , 4-6PM
Reconciling Feminism and Islam
“Reconciling Feminism and Islam” Fatema Amijee Associate Professor of Philosophy, National University of Singapore 6 ...
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13 March 2019 (Wed) , 5:30-9PM
The Transcendent Dao and the Nature of Language
  “The Transcendent Dao and the Nature of Language” Alexus McLeod Associate Professor of Philosophy and Asian/As...
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7 March 2019 (Thu) , 8-10PM
Skepticism about Philosophy in Late Classical India
Bras Basah Open: School of Theory & Philosophy is teaming up with Yale-NUS Philosophy for a discussion on late Cl...
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  • From Philosophical Investigations
  • Ludwig Wittgenstein

Philosophy unravels the knots in our thinking; hence its results must be simple, but its activity is as complicated as the knots that it unravels ”

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