An Analysis of “Transsexuality and Contextual Identities” By Georgia Warnke

This was published initially on my Medium account, linked here: https://medium.com/@harrisonjennings/an-analysis-of-transsexuality-and-contextual-identities-by-georgia-warnke-93574c1de931 In the essay “Transsexuality and Contextual Identities,” from the book You’ve Changed: Sex Reassignment and Personal Identity (edited by Laurie J. Shrage, 2009), Georgia Warnke’s aim is to explore “the relation between … Continue reading An Analysis of “Transsexuality and Contextual Identities” By Georgia Warnke

A Response to Jeffery Lowder’s Case for Naturalism

Jeffery Jay Lowder, a prominent and highly respected philosophical advocate for naturalism and atheism, has recently posted the written transcript of the opening statement of his 2016 debate with Frank Turek (popular Christian apologist). I highly appreciate Lowder’s work (he … Continue reading A Response to Jeffery Lowder’s Case for Naturalism

Is God Obligated to Create the Best Possible World? Disputed Questions Article One

Whether God is obligated to create the best possible world? Objection 1: It seems that God is obligated to create the best possible world, for Richard Swinburne defines God as “a person without a body (i.e. a spirit) who necessarily … Continue reading Is God Obligated to Create the Best Possible World? Disputed Questions Article One

Exploring the Kalam Cosmological Argument, Part II: Aristotle and Philoponus on Eternity

*Introductory note: This post was originally published on my former blog Sens Homines. What we today know as the “Kalam” itself was developed by early medieval Islamic thinkers, but its foundations go back further, to Christian defenders of creatio ex nihilo (creation … Continue reading Exploring the Kalam Cosmological Argument, Part II: Aristotle and Philoponus on Eternity