Philosophy From A to Z

All human thinking proceeds by means of 'concepts'. Find out why. Series courtesy of Robert Hanna, Ph.D.

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by Robert Hanna in Philosophy From A to Z

Analytic-Synthetic*: The categorical distinction between (i) necessary truth in virtue of conceptual and/or logical content, such that this content is always taken together with some things in the verdically apparent or manifestly real world beyond conceptual and/or ...

Free Agency

by Robert Hanna in Philosophy From A to Z

Free agency: the conjunction of free will and practical agency, which in turn means (i) that you can choose and do what you want to, or refrain from ...

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