You are here:

Philosophy/Expert Profile

Ask A Question


Ethics, Existentialism and Phenomenology, Continental Metaphysics

Average Ratings

Recent Reviews from Users

Read More Comments

    K = Knowledgeability    C = Clarity of Response    P = Politeness
Mark02/22/16101010I got it. Thank you!
Joseff Gopp11/02/1510 
Ilona10/07/15101010Thank you, this has been giving me .....
Ilona09/17/15101010That makes sense, and it is a .....

Recent Answers from Steven R. Storch

2016-10-02 relativism:

Moral Relativism has been around for thousands of years, with the Sophists in ancient Greece being among the first to espouse it as a principle.    The basic tenets are that there are no absolute moral

2016-09-19 methods of argumentation and refutation:

What you are asking for is a critical thinking tool set that can only be provided by a general introduction to logic.  Give Patrick Hurley's: A Concise Introduction to Logic a try.  Plenty of used copies

2016-06-22 ethics:

Ethics is the branch of philosophy that deals with universal questions of right and wrong and pursues the principle or set of principles that determine what is right/wrong or good/bad.    Ethical principles

2016-02-21 Define "Rights":

There isn't one correct definition of the term "rights" as there are many different contexts and uses.        Legal Rights: are simply defined by the relevant law.  The right to remain silent when charged

2016-01-18 Philosophical worldview and research methods:

There are several texts I would recommend, each of which is very readable.    Bertrand Russell, Introduction to Philosophy  A.J. Ayer, Language Truth and Logic  Karl Popper, Conjectures and Refutations


Ask A Question


All Answers

Answers by Expert:

Ask Experts


©2016 All rights reserved.