Philosophy


The Republican Order and the Pragmatic Politics of The Faerie Queene

By Craig Wright | 12 Jan 2023 | Education, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Cheney (220) discusses many aspects of republican thought, and analyses the changes in political structures to argue that the West’s…

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Prometheus: Choosing to Be Bound

By Craig Wright | 22 Dec 2022 | Education, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Prometheus Bound, Aeschylus In knowingly choosing rebellion, Prometheus set the stage, defining a choice of opposing tyranny and unjust laws,…

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The Odyssey: An Endless Story of Reaching Home

By Craig Wright | 20 Dec 2022 | Education, History, Philosophy

Abstract In Ulysses, we see a strong empathy and sense of duty, but which at times seems to develop a…

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Virgil: The Aeneid

By Craig Wright | 15 Dec 2022 | Education, History, Philosophy

Abstract Virgil’s epic has inspired countless generations because it formed the mythology of the exceptional Roman and became integrated into…

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The Philosophy of Time

By Craig Wright | 24 Nov 2022 | Education, Math, Philosophy

Find the full paper here. Abstract Einstein noted that time is relative when considering the perspectives of different observers. Yet,…

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Beauty, the Beast, and the Modern Psyche

By Craig Wright | 17 Nov 2022 | Education, Other, Philosophy

Madame de Beaumont and Angela Carter each take an age-old story reminiscent of Cupid and Psyche (Apuleius) and change it…

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Rage, Anger, and the Rationality of the Berserker

By Craig Wright | 15 Nov 2022 | Education, Other, Philosophy

The wolverine is portrayed as a “vicious marauder to be feared more than valued or admired” (Shaw and Ford, 115)….

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Canonical or Not Canonical: That Is the Question

By Craig Wright | 10 Nov 2022 | Education, Other, Philosophy

The status of a work as a classic differs from the position as a canonical text (da Silva and Vieira)….

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Comparing Utopia: Kafka’s Metamorphosis and Huxley’s Pleasure

By Craig Wright | 03 Nov 2022 | Philosophy

The concept of transformation and dehumanisation (Kafka) is analogous to the concept of civilisation as “auto-intoxication” (Huxley). Huxley defines the…

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Clark: Myth-Busting Paine

By Craig Wright | 01 Nov 2022 | Education, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

Clark’s analysis of Thomas Paine contains more “myth busters” than a biography.[1] Clark’s tome, titled Thomas Paine: Britain, America, and…

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Personal Philosophy of Leadership

By Craig Wright | 20 Oct 2022 | Bitcoin & Blockchain Tech, Law & Regulation, Philosophy

In an essay on developing a framework for ethical leadership, Lawton and Páez (2015, p. 639) note that the need…

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Ribbons and the Dream of Digital Envelopment

By Craig Wright | 18 Oct 2022 | Art, Education, Philosophy

Lin (2005) discussed the impact of technology on the art world over centuries of its growth, noting that photography changed…

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