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61. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 35 > Issue: 1
Madeleine Hyde The Rationality and Cognitive Phenomenology of Deliberation
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The phenomenal character of a perceptual experience describes ‘what it is like’ for an agent undergoing it. This is a familiar notion when it comes to our sensory states. Recently, there has been increased discussion about how certain cognitive states can also have phenomenal characters. A further, more interesting question asks what links, if any, might between what the phenomenal character of a mental state and when that mental state is considered rational. I will assume that some cognitive states can have phenomenal characters and will focus on a prominent phenomenal feature of a particular cognitive state: namely, deliberation over how to act. I aim to expose one way in which we can describe the phenomenology of deliberating, as well as its potential link to the rationality of deliberation.
62. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 35 > Issue: 1
Daniel Campana The Coherence of Emerson’s Epistemology
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Michael J. McNeal, Ph.D. Subversive Joy: Nietzsche’s Practice of Life-Enhancing Cheerfulness
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Toby Eugene Bollig Desire Satisfactionism and Not-So-Satisfying Deserts: The Problem of Hell
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This paper appeals to certain popular doctrines about human welfare and morality to offer a new response to the problem of hell. In particular, I contend that the combination of desire satisfactionism, a subjective theory about welfare, with an objective theory of morality leads to a surprisingly intuitive and compelling argument for the consistency of the post-mortem punishment of people in hell with the existence of an omniperfect God. In fact, under these conditions, the existence of such a divine being may actually require that there be at least some type of hell/post-mortem punishment. Finally, I suggest that positing the existence of hell can strengthen desire satisfactionism against an objection tied to base or immoral desires.
65. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 35 > Issue: 1
Don A. Merrell The Atheological Argument from Geography
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66. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 34 > Issue: 2
Allysson Vasconcelos Lima Rocha Limits for Genuinely Understanding: Comments on Heikes’ Paper “Don’t be Ignorant”
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Landon W. Schurtz Comments on Dadlez’s “Kitsch and Bullshit as Aesthetic and Epistemic Transgressions”
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68. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 34 > Issue: 2
Nathan L. Cartagena A Commentary on “Human Plurality as Object: An Arendtian Framework for Making Sense of Trump”
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69. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 34 > Issue: 2
Jerry Green Maybe We Should Take Human Rights Seriously: A Reply to Nelson
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Matthew Z. Donnelly Commentary on Fischer’s and Wiegman’s “The Disassociation Intuition”
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Karl Aho Sharpening our Tools for Moral Inquiry: Comments on Justin Bell’s “Depression Applied to Moral Imagination”
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Chelsea Bowden Moral Motivation and Epistemic Virtue: Comments on Thomas Metcalf’s “An Epistemic-Virtue Solution to Some Peer-Disagreements in Philosophy”
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Jonathan McKinney Comments on Bromhall: Calkins and Nishida
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Noell Birondo Whose Metaethical Minimalism?
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Todd M. Stewart Comments on Morton’s “A Dilemma for Streetian Constructivism”
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Susan V. H. Castro Why Ever Doubt First-Person Testimony about Disability?
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Mary Gwin Commentary on Peter Westmoreland’s “Act Like a Right-Hander: Right Hand Bias in Norms of Proximate Space Inhabitation”
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78. Southwest Philosophy Review: Volume > 34 > Issue: 2
Fiacha Heneghan Reply to Justin Remhof
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Julie Kuhlken Hegel and the Habit of Language: Theme and Variation
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Dave Beisecker Finding a Right Price: Comments for Thomas Dabay’s “On the Inconsistency of Naturalism and Global Expressivism”
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