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Philosophy:

A. John Simmons on tacit consent and political obligation

An argument against a basic right to democratic say

A counterexample to ought implies can

A nineteenth century argument about the equality of human beings

A priori knowledge of contingent propositions

A Theory of Justice and its critics

Bentham's argument for the principle of utility

Bernard Williams on the idea of equality

Concepts, conceptions and disagreement

Daniel McDermott on fair-play obligations

Donald Davidson on translation and alternative conceptual schemes

Duties to nations

Euthanasia and a life not worth living

F.H. Bradley's criticisms of hedonistic moral theories

F.H. Bradley on responsibility, free will and determinism

F.H. Bradley on 'Why should I be moral?'

Galileo’s logical objection to heavier objects falling faster

Gettier cases and adept knowledge

Gettier cases and logic

H.A. Prichard on promising

Hans Kelsen and the colony example

Hans Kelsen on the definition of democracy

Locke’s theses about language

Jacques Derrida on forgiveness

Joseph Raz's argument against strict consequentialism

Joseph Raz on number problems in morality

Joseph Raz on promises

Philippa Foot on morality as a system of categorical imperatives

Objection to a libertarian argument against determinism

Radical interpretation and alternative conceptual schemes (Donald Davidson)

Rousseau against the right of the strongest

Rousseau against slavery contracts

Scheme-content dualism, coherentism and John McDowell's third position

Susan Okin on the gender system, the monogamous family and A Theory of Justice

The claim that morality is subjective

The foundationalist argument for intuitionism

The mixed maxims objection to Kant

The paradox of self-ownership

The political liberalism of John Rawls

The theory of self-interest in Notes from Underground

The view that introspectible mental states determine meaning

There is at most one world

Thomas Nagel on coercion and the scope of justice

Thomas Nagel's view that Davidson is an idealist

Two fair-play theories of political obligation

Wittgenstein on 'I may be dreaming'

 

Linguistics:

It is raining somewhere

 

Anthropology:

Claude Levi-Strauss, social constructivism and syllables across languages

Marilyn Strathern on the facts of English kinship

Origins of anthropology: arguments for and against fieldwork

 

Essay writing:

Four common essay writing errors

Ten common referencing and bibliography errors

 

From others:

Laura Riding anthology

The Idea of Nature by R.G. Collingwood