Natalie discusses the importance of ethics for effective argument in Plato’s Euthydemus.Read More Euthydemus: Argumentative Ethics as Logic
After an extended summer hiatus, The Philosophy Review is back for the 2019-2020 academic year! We’re excited to publish a series of excellent pieces on topics ranging from the ethics of animal creation, to the philosophy of the earliest Christians, to Plato’s Euthydemus, to the philosophy of TV.Read More And, we’re back!
Our body image, or self-conception of our body, has been an important part of individual human identity for as long as we’ve been aware of ourselves. Culture, gender and societal expectations can all play an important role in determining how we think we’re “supposed” to look and what traits others draw can be drawn about […]Read More Constructing the Beautiful Black Woman