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Papers On More Philosophers & Philosophies
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Isaac Newton vs. William Blake : An 11 page discussion of
the move from the Romantic into the Modern World
(transitions from Romanticism to Realism) with a comparison
& contrast of Sir Isaac Newton and William Blake
complemented by a discussion their differences and
similarities. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Blakenew.wps

The Concept of a "Just War" : 18 pages on the concept of
Just War and its relevant theory as explained and argued by St.
Augustine and later by St. Aquinas. The writer also discusses
some foundations of this theory in the works of Classic Greek
and Roman philosophers as well. Just War during the Roman
Empire is compared extensively to Just War during the Middle
Ages. The writer concludes with a thoughtful opinion on the
injustices of war in general-- except when used as a last resort
in the manner specified by Aquinas. Augustine is denounced
for his support of a justifiable "unconditional" war and for
doctrines which were clearly influenced by the State. No
Bibliography. Justwar.wps

Limited Nuclear War : A 6 page paper exploring three main
points regarding a “limited” nuclear war: the sociological
history of war, the justification for nuclear arms, and the effects
of a nuclear war on society and the environment. Concludes
with an argument in favor of limited nuclear war. Bibliography
lists 4 sources. Limitwar.wps

“Fog and the Friction” / Always Part of the War : A 6 page
paper arguing that regardless of how mechanized and
technologically advanced warfare becomes, it will still contain
the “fog and friction” described by Karl von Clausewitz. While
technology will assist on the battlefield, it will not make up for
numerous other factors. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Types of War & The Future : A 3 page essay on the three
types of war: great power, regional, and internal—and the
cultural animosities and technologies behind them. The writer
supports the argument that the most likely type of war in the
future will be internal conflicts. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Metaphysics / Schlick & Popper : A 7 page paper analyzing
the theories of these two philosophers. The writer examines
Schlick's position on verification, and Popper's comparison of
verification and falsification, as well as his thoughts on
Schlick's views. No Bibliography. Metaphys.wps

Language’s Applicability To Metaphysics : A 5 page paper
discussing whether language is necessary in conjunction with
metaphysics. Metaphysics is rooted in cause and effect;
myriad books and articles have been written to discuss the role
of language. If it has no part in cause and effect, then it also
can have no part in metaphysics.. This is a dispute in
metaphysics, and so necessarily must result either in language
being necessary or not. The paper concludes that language is
necessary for judging validity of statements, but that a more
important aspect is that of sound logic. Bibliography lists 4
sources. Metaph.wps

Nietzsche’s “The Antichrist” : A 25 page argumentative
essay on the issues and Frederich Nietzsche’s predictions
surrounding pity, negation, nihilism, and science on the
antichrist in society (all who are not Christian). The writer
argues that some of Nietzsche’s points were valid for the
antichrist, particularly as they relate to pity, negation and near
annihilation. And, while there is little evidence that the
development of science suffered from Christianity in this
century, as posited, many of the people who perform the acts of
science are just as Nietzsche would predict—empty voids
without intrinsic instincts or senses about their actions. The
paper concludes that despite the book’s emotional and circular
format and sporadic truths, it has value for at least one group of
readers—the one for which it was written, the Hyperboreans.
Bibliography lists 1 source. Nietac.wps

Nietzche’s “The Anti-Christ” : In this 8 page paper, the
writer analyzes and critiques "The Antichrist" (1888) by
Friedrich Nietzsche. Anticris.wps

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