ThesisBrown, AlisonAristotle's Rhetoric has long been a canonical text regarding the subject. One would be hard pressed to find a class on Rhetoric that does not include the study of this book. While important to the field, the ethical consistency of the work has been q . . .
ArticleSeifert, JosefWhile Aristotle does not consider (as Libet) the physical universe causally closed, his understanding of causality is insufficient: 1. Aristotle does not grasp the indispensable role of persons for the “four causes” he distinguishes: Physical efficien . . .
ThesisGreene, JayThis thesis provides a facing-page translation of two previously untranslated Latin fragments from Italian Renaissance Aristotelian philosopher, Pietro Pomponazzi: "Utrum definitio animae sit bene assignata" and "Utrum anima rationalis sit forma subst . . .
ThesisSurvival of the (fit)test: a narrative analysis of how Charles Darwin's moral character fit with his audience to withstand the test of timeColeman, Miles ClintonWhen Darwin wrote his famous treatise on evolutionary biology, Origin of Species, he was arguing from a platform built out of different values than those of his living tradition. Regardless, today in 2011 Darwin’s theory of natural selection has becom . . .