The Metaphysics of Abortion

Metaphysics and Ontology used to be essentially synonymous, but in the early 20th century some philosophers claimed it was possible to do ontology without doing metaphysics. Both disciplines are concerned with the principles that govern the fundamental nature of reality. 20th century ontologists like Sartre and Heidegger claimed that we could understand this nature by examining the phenomena that present themselves to our experience. They rejected what they called metaphysical claims, which are speculations about the reality…

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Teed Rockwell

Teed Rockwell

I am White Anglo-Saxon Protestant Male Heterosexual cisgendered highly educated able-bodied affluent and thin. Hope to learn from those living on the margins.