Monthly Archives: October 2011

Spinoza: a brief sketch of problems

Spinoza is a fascinating Rationalist philosopher who I’ve encountered before, but as we’re looking closer at Spinoza in one of my classes this semester (a Philosophy class on ‘Rationalism’) I figured I’d take the time to read him more attentively … Continue reading

Posted in Modality, Philosophy | Leave a comment

Conscious Will and Cognitive Science

So my Philosophy teacher informed us all in class yesterday that cognitive science has shown that the sequence in the brain, as far as can be observed, when we will to raise our arms and then our arms do rise, … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Epistemology, Free Will | Tagged , , , , | 10 Comments