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    Philosophy and Theology 18 (2): 355-356. 2006.
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    Philosophy and Theology 15 (1): 119-120. 2003.
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    Philosophy and Theology 17 (1/2): 229-231. 2005.
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    Mad Men and Philosophy: Nothing is as It Seems (edited book)
    with Rod Karveth
    Wiley. 2010.
    _A look at the philosophical underpinnings of the hit TV show, _Mad Men__ With its swirling cigarette smoke, martini lunches, skinny ties, and tight pencil skirts, Mad Men is unquestionably one of the most stylish, sexy, and irresistible shows on television. But the series becomes even more absorbing once you dig deeper into its portrayal of the changing social and political mores of 1960s America and explore the philosophical complexities of its key characters and themes. From Socrates, Plato, …Read more
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    Medieval philosophy is the collective name given to the philosophies of thinkers who lived between the end of the Roman Empire, c. 400, and the beginning of the modern era, c. 1490. The philosophers profiled in DLB Volume 115 were involved in education, public life and ecclesiastical administration, and thus represent the various schools of thought that existed throughout this vast period. This volume offers much new information on these scholars, and fills the gap in available literature. The e…Read more
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    James Bond 007 strode into the human imagination in the novel Casino Royale in 1953 and hit the movie screens with Dr. No in 1962. He has become one of the best-known personalities, real or imagined, in global history. One out of every four people in the entire world has now seen a Bond movie, and every month thousands of new readers become addicted to Ian Fleming’s original Bond stories. In James Bond and Philosophy, seventeen scholars examine hidden philosophical issues in the hazardous, decep…Read more
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    Philosophy and Theology 21 (1): 209-210. 2009.
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    Philosophy and Theology 25 (1): 163-164. 2013.
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    Philosophy and Theology 22 (1): 335-338. 2010.
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    Philosophy and Theology 27 (2): 457-458. 2015.
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    Philosophy and Theology 19 (1): 297-300. 2007.
  • It is acknowledged that Francisco Suarez had an excellent knowledge of the Medieval Scholastic tradition. In this project, I focus on one topic, human knowledge of material singulars, to determine Suarez's debt to and freedom from the Scholastic tradition. The representative thinkers of the Medieval tradition that I consider are Thomas Aquinas, John Duns Scotus, and William of Ockham. ;In the first two Chapters, I consider the accounts of John Duns Scotus and William of Ockham on the issue of kn…Read more
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    Philosophy and Terry Pratchett (edited book)
    with Jacob Held
    It's time to pick up your fedora and embark on a philosophical journey through Discworld! Terry Pratchett is world-famous for the narrative verve and surreal humour of his novels. But now meet another Terry Pratchett – a man of serious metaphysical ideas and sophisticated philosophical insights. In Philosophy and Terry Pratchett thirteen professional philosophers survey such key philosophical issues as personal identity, the nature of destiny, the value of individuality, the meaning of existenti…Read more
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    Philosophy and Theology 17 (1): 229-231. 2005.
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    Philosophy and Theology 26 (2): 343-344. 2014.
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    Zabarella and the Intentionality of Sensation
    Rivista di Storia Della Filosofia 1. 2002.
    Zabarella and the Intentionality of Sensation - ABSTRACT: In this paper, I examine Zabarella’s account of the intentionality of sensation. By looking at both his account of the production of the sensible species as well as proper activity of the human soul in the process of sensation, I show that he has carefully reinterpreted standard medieval theories of sensation. Most notably, his account of intentionality as a kind of mental attention seems to point towards a type of Cartesian dualism, but …Read more