Monday, May 08, 2006

Online Philosophy Conference

The second week is up, and there are several interesting papers worth reading. Thomas Hurka discusses whether friendship is a problem for consequentialism, and Benj Hellie has a very good paper that should interest those with a taste for the history of analytic philosophy. The exchange that I think is best, though, is Fischer vs. Vihvelin on Frankfurt examples, in which Vihvelin argues (convincingly, I think) that even from a compatibilist perspective Frankfurt examples are a bad argumentative strategy.

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