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Unity in Virginia Woolf and Hannah Arendt: Creating Reality in the Insensitive and Inaccessible
Esteban A. Sanchez - Woolfian Scholars regularly denote the moments where Woolf’s characters feel inexplicably connected and inseparable from one another as representing the spiritual and mystic beliefs of their author. I want to reframe this notion, considering Woolf's moments of... Keep Reading »
Deconstructing Social Classification and Mobility: The Hindu Varna System, Plato's Magnificent Myth, and the British Caste System
Aadi C. Krishna - This research elucidates the striking parallelism between the Hindu Varna System and Plato's Magnificent Myth through an unorthodox view of their class-based classification, social mobility, and meritocracy while arguing that these stem from the Arguments from Division... Keep Reading »
Unveiling Ultimate Reality in Plato's Allegory of the Cave and the Bhagavad Gita
Rocco A. Astore - Questions regarding the very foundations of our reality abound throughout the history of world philosophies. For example, if we examine Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave,” as well as the Bhagavad Gita, we find that both masterpieces illustrate a reality... Keep Reading »
Pederasty and Power in Plato's Mythological Dialogues
Paul Regan - As a topic of philosophical interest the Socratic dialogues play a pivotal role in many of Plato’s works of more than thirty authentic dialogues. This paper discusses pederasty and power through myth and story-telling to teach Ancient Greek communities about... Keep Reading »
Intellectual Responsibility and the Epistemic Search: Comparing Plato and Augustine
Leah M. Palmer - In the earliest stages of education, children naturally start to interrogate their elders with the question “why?” This is not surprising and it would often even be concerning if a child did not show signs of curiosity early in life. This natural curiosity... Keep Reading »
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