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You can find me online in the links below or just send me a <a href="https://2023.wordpress.net">message</a> to say hi. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

You can find me online in the links below or just send me a <a href="https://2023.wordpress.net">message</a> to say hi.

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Hello! My name is Adrian DeCarlo and this is <em>Mindblown</em>, my personal blog about philosophy with book summaries and reviews. I like to immerse myself in books and learn what others have to say about life. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Hello! My name is Adrian DeCarlo and this is <em>Mindblown</em>, my personal blog about philosophy with book summaries and reviews. I like to immerse myself in books and learn what others have to say about life.

Hello! My name is Adrian DeCarlo and this is <em>Mindblown</em>, my personal blog about philosophy with book summaries and reviews. I like to immerse myself in books and learn what others have to say about life.

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Proper names are rigid designators. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Proper names are rigid designators.

Proper names are rigid designators.

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Kripke’s most important philosophical publication,&nbsp;<em>Naming and Necessity</em>&nbsp;(1980), based on transcripts of three lectures he delivered at Princeton in 1970, changed the course of&nbsp;analytic philosophy. It provided the first&nbsp;cogent&nbsp;account of necessity and possibility as&nbsp;metaphysical&nbsp;concepts, and it distinguished both concepts from the epistemological notions of&nbsp;a posteriori knowledge&nbsp;and&nbsp;a priori knowledge&nbsp;(knowledge acquired through experience and knowledge independent of experience, respectively) and from the linguistic notions of&nbsp;analytic&nbsp;truth&nbsp;and&nbsp;synthetic&nbsp;truth, or truth by virtue of&nbsp;meaning&nbsp;and truth by virtue of fact (<em>see</em>&nbsp;analytic proposition). In the course of making these distinctions, Kripke revived the ancient doctrine of&nbsp;essentialism, according to which objects possess certain properties necessarily—without them the objects would not exist at all. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Kripke’s most important philosophical publication,&nbsp;<em>Naming and Necessity</em>&nbsp;(1980), based on transcripts of three lectures he delivered at Princeton in 1970, changed the course of&nbsp;analytic philosophy. It provided the first&nbsp;cogent&nbsp;account of necessity and possibility as&nbsp;metaphysical&nbsp;concepts, and it distinguished both concepts from the epistemological notions of&nbsp;a posteriori knowledge&nbsp;and&nbsp;a priori knowledge&nbsp;(knowledge acquired through experience and knowledge independent of experience, respectively) and from the linguistic notions of&nbsp;analytic&nbsp;truth&nbsp;and&nbsp;synthetic&nbsp;truth, or truth by virtue of&nbsp;meaning&nbsp;and truth by virtue of fact (<em>see</em>&nbsp;analytic proposition). In the course of making these distinctions, Kripke revived the ancient doctrine of&nbsp;essentialism, according to which objects possess certain properties necessarily—without them the objects would not exist at all.

Kripke’s most important philosophical publication,&nbsp;<em>Naming and Necessity</em>&nbsp;(1980), based on transcripts of three lectures he delivered at Princeton in 1970, changed the course of&nbsp;analytic philosophy. It provided the first&nbsp;cogent&nbsp;account of necessity and possibility as&nbsp;metaphysical&nbsp;concepts, and it distinguished both concepts from the epistemological notions of&nbsp;a posteriori knowledge&nbsp;and&nbsp;a priori knowledge&nbsp;(knowledge acquired through experience and knowledge independent of experience, respectively) and from the linguistic notions of&nbsp;analytic&nbsp;truth&nbsp;and&nbsp;synthetic&nbsp;truth, or truth by virtue of&nbsp;meaning&nbsp;and truth by virtue of fact (<em>see</em>&nbsp;analytic proposition). In the course of making these distinctions, Kripke revived the ancient doctrine of&nbsp;essentialism, according to which objects possess certain properties necessarily—without them the objects would not exist at all.

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Inspirited by this wind of promise, my daydreams become more fervent and vivid. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

Inspirited by this wind of promise, my daydreams become more fervent and vivid.

Inspirited by this wind of promise, my daydreams become more fervent and vivid.

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Naming and Necessity by Saul Kripke You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Naming and Necessity by Saul Kripke

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One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman.

One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman.

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"The Second Sex" is a 1949 book by the French&nbsp;existentialist&nbsp;philosopher Simone de Beauvoir. It is a hymn to human freedom and a classic of the existentialist movement. It also has claims to be the most important book in the history of feminism. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

"The Second Sex" is a 1949 book by the French&nbsp;existentialist&nbsp;philosopher Simone de Beauvoir. It is a hymn to human freedom and a classic of the existentialist movement. It also has claims to be the most important book in the history of feminism.

"The Second Sex" is a 1949 book by the French&nbsp;existentialist&nbsp;philosopher Simone de Beauvoir. It is a hymn to human freedom and a classic of the existentialist movement. It also has claims to be the most important book in the history of feminism.

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A hymn to human freedom and a classic of the existentialist movement. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

A hymn to human freedom and a classic of the existentialist movement.

A hymn to human freedom and a classic of the existentialist movement.

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