• The Bounds of Justification 

      Bruno, G. Anthony (2007-10-11)
      In the Theaetetus, Socrates proposes that knowledge is true belief that is accounted for or justified. The question that intuitively follows is what the proper structure of a justifying account of true belief is. Answers ...
    • Does Charity Begin - and End - at Home? Singer and Kant's Views on Our Duties of Foreign Aid 

      Wakely-Mulroney, Aidan (2012-10-02)
      In "Famine, Affluence, and Morality," Peter Singer urges citizens of wealthy countries to make immense personal sacrifices in order to assist the poor overseas. Though Singer has moderated his view in recent years and now ...
    • The Failure of Kantian Matrimony as Grounds for Rethinking Sexual Impulse 

      Majetic, Anna (2015-10-06)
      This project attempts to answer the question whether Kantian matrimony succeeds conceptually as a context for moral sex, from the perspective of a feminist who values Kant’s emphasis on respect for persons. Kant is right ...
    • Hope in Western Philosophy 

      Fleming, Maggie
      This project explores hope in Western philosophy through the examination of particular beliefs and teachings concerning the works of philosophers working in the ancient, medieval, and modern eras. In the second chapter I ...