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Article titles from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy's 100 Most Desired Articles list that do not yet exist on Wikipedia:

Aesthetics

Epistemology

Ethics

Moral Truths

  • John R. Rodman (1922-2003) - Early environmental ethicist
  • Mahāprajñāpāramitopadeśa wiki pages in Japanese and Chinese and several mentions in Wikipedia
  • Moral fallibility - redirect page to Fallibilism
  • Intellectual courage - redirect page to Courage
  • Immortism (ethics sistem) - wiki pages in Russian and several mentions in Wikipedia
  • Political deception
  • Countering harm
  • Ethics of animal research
  • Joshua Halberstam Author, professor, guest lecturer, NEA Grant information: [2],list of books published: [3], personal website: [4]
  • George G. Brenkert Marxist author. Author of the book "Marx's ethics of freedom"
  • Accountability for Reasonableness
  • Magnanimité, "a major work...on the treatment of the concept [of magnanimity], or comparable concepts, not only in Aristotle...but generally in pagan philosophy and Christian theology." [ref.: W.F.R. Hardie, “‘Magnanimity’ in Aristotle’s ‘Ethics’” in Phronesis XXIII, № 1 (1978), page 66]
  • Ethic-aesthetic See also [Aesthetics] / Aesthetic Ethics. E.e. cummings (non sic) declared that "Ethics is aesthetics". This statement may have influenced the young Ludwig Wittgenstein before his publication of the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, with implications for the ethical significance of logical atomism of Wittgenstein. Related works such as Russell and Whitehead's Principia Mathematica, which has been cited as being a deconstruction of Wittgenstein, may thus also relate with this idea. Thus, the three thinkers may be viewed as a logical succession on the subject of material and abstract morality, that is, the moral dimension of logical atomism

== History == I propose that an article on Volker Weiss be added, initially as a translation from German Wikipedia. ( https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volker_Wei%C3%9F). He writes on the New Right and authoritarianism, and he recently provided a useful commentary on the work of Theodor Adorno, "Aspects of the New Right-Wing Extremism." An interview is here: https://thewire.in/world/theodor-adorno-books-understanding-far-right-ideology.

Logic

Philosophical logic

Request article of 'Implicit Premises, also apparently refered to as Suppressed Premises' Which is arguments/syllogisms based on presupposed premises not mentioned.

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Mathematical logic

Metaphysics

Cuil Theory* Dense time

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antimetaphysics

The view of the world of the antimetaphysical. An atheist might believe in magical thinking, or non analytical theories that don't imply the scientificmethod. An antimetaphysical is always an atheist but an atheist is not always antimetaphysical. An antimetaphysical [1] cannot be agnostic, for agnostics are or may be open to metaphysics.

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After Life: the books of Anthony Borgia; Life in the world Unseen, 1954; More About Life in the World Unseen, 1956; Here and Hereafter, 1959.

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howard herring walk the walk

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