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Symposion : Theoretical and Applied Inquiries in Philosophy and Social Sciences
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ISSN (Print) 1584-174X - ISSN (Online) 2392-6260
Published by Academia Romana Homepage  [1 journal]
  • Extending the Is-ought Problem to Top-down Artificial Moral Agents

    • Authors: Robert James M. Boyles
      Abstract: Robert James M. Boyles ABSTRACT: This paper further cashes out the notion that particular types of intelligent systems are susceptible to the is-ought problem, which espouses the thesis that no evaluative conclusions may be inferred from factual premises alone. Specifically, it focuses on top-down artificial moral agents, providing ancillary support to the view that these …
      PubDate: Sun, 27 Nov 2022 20:42:46 +000
  • The Private Language Argument: Another Footnote to Plato' (191-222)

    • Authors: Arnold Cusmariu
      Abstract: Arnold Cusmariu ABSTRACT: A valid and arguably sound private language argument is built using premises based on Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations augmented by familiar analytic distinctions and concepts of logic. The private language problem and the solution presented here can be plausibly traced to Plato’s Allegory of the Cave. Both literatures missed the connection.  Download PDF
      PubDate: Sun, 27 Nov 2022 20:39:42 +000
  • Sen and Žižek on the One-dimensional View of Pathological
           Subjective Violence (223-231)

    • Authors: Marlon Jesspher De Vera
      Abstract: Marlon Jesspher De Vera ABSTRACT: This paper presents an argument synthesized from the works of Sen and Žižek on how the one-dimensional view of pathological subjective violence is a mystification of the idea of violence. First, the paper provides an elaboration of the concept of objective violence as opposed to (but nonetheless still in relation …
      PubDate: Sun, 27 Nov 2022 20:36:19 +000
  • Should the State Teach Ethics' A Schematism (233-259)

    • Authors: Landon Frim
      Abstract: Landon Frim ABSTRACT: Should the state teach ethics' There is widespread disagreement on whether (and how) secular states should be in the business of promoting a particular moral viewpoint. This article attempts to schematize, and evaluate, these stances. It does so by posing three, simple questions: (1) Should the state explicitly promote certain ethical values …
      PubDate: Sun, 27 Nov 2022 20:32:00 +000
  • The Social Ontology of Alain Badiou’s Being and Event (261-277)

    • Authors: Min Seong Kim
      Abstract: Min Seong Kim ABSTRACT: The innovation of Alain Badiou’s theory of change, which has attracted a great amount of attention from scholars working in disciplines across humanities, social sciences, and art over the past two decades, cannot be appreciated independently of the account of situations prior to an event’s irruption, namely, the order of being …
      PubDate: Sun, 27 Nov 2022 20:26:51 +000
  • ‘A Superior Anthropological Perspective.’ On Kant’s
           Anthropo-cosmological Conception of Ideal (279-291)

    • Authors: Fernando Silva
      Abstract: Fernando Silva ABSTRACT: The topic of the ideal, that is, the topic of the possible or impossible human attainment of the absolute is ascribed divergent treatments throughout Kant’s work. Namely, it is either promptly accepted as possible by the critical Kant, and seen as something attainable by a means other than an infinite approximation (which …
      PubDate: Sun, 27 Nov 2022 20:22:12 +000
  • Stoic Minimalism: ‘Just Enough Stoicism’ for Modern
           Practitioners (pages 11-29)

    • Authors: Chuck Chakrapani
      Abstract: Chuck Chakrapani ABSTRACT: Stoic Minimalism may be described as ‘just enough Stoicism.’ Just enough for what' Just enough to lead the good life. Just enough to cope with the stress of modern life. Just enough to not be rattled by the constant changes that characterize the times we live in. Just enough to be resilient …
      PubDate: Sat, 28 May 2022 22:32:11 +000
  • Stoic Ethical Theory: How Much is Enough' (pages 31-49)

    • Authors: Christopher Gill
      Abstract: Christopher Gill ABSTRACT: How much theory is enough for a complete account of ancient Stoic ethics and for modern life-guidance' Stoic ethics was presented either purely in its own terms or combined with the idea of human or universal nature (or both). Although the combination of ethical theory with human and universal nature provides the …
      PubDate: Sat, 28 May 2022 22:28:49 +000
  • The Environmental Battle Hymn of the Stoic God (pages 51-68)

    • Authors: Kai Whiting; Aldo Dinucci, Edward Simpson, Leonidas Konstantakos
      Abstract: Kai Whiting, Aldo Dinucci, Edward Simpson, and Leonidas Konstantakos ABSTRACT: In Stoic theology, the universe constitutes a living organism. Humankind has often had a detrimental impact on planetary health. We propose that the Stoic call to live according to Nature, where God and Nature are one and the same, provides a philosophical basis for re-addressing …
      PubDate: Sat, 28 May 2022 22:26:59 +000
  • The Stoic Sage Does not Err: An Error' (pages 69-82)

    • Authors: Scott Aikin
      Abstract: Scott Aikin ABSTRACT: The Stoics held that the wise person does not err. This thesis was widely criticized in the ancient world and runs afoul of contemporary fallibilist views in epistemology. Was this view itself an error' On one line, the view can be modified to accommodate many of the critical lines against it. Some …
      PubDate: Sat, 28 May 2022 22:24:43 +000
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