Neo-Kantian Ethics

Neo-Kantian Ethics Neo-Kantian ethics refers to any philosophical work that derives from the work of Immanuel Kant. Contemporary scholars in this area seek to advance key insights of Kant with the tools of contemporary analytic philosophy while at the same time avoiding difficulties that may be found in some of Kant’s original arguments. Such work […]

Logical Positivism

Logical Positivism Logical positivism is a school of philosophy, originating in Vienna during the 1920s and 1930s, that claimed that “real” knowledge is based on logical consistency and empirical verifiability. If either condition is contravened, the claim to knowledge is spurious or “nonsense.” But if both conditions are met, truth is guaranteed.

Red Pen

I have once read a beautiful quotation that reads, “A good leader inspires people to have confidence in him, and a great leader inspires people to have confidence in themselves.” The term ‘leader’ is not restricted to a military leader, or a leader of a country; a leader can be a bus driver, a company […]