Defending Wilt Chamberlain and the Principle of Robert Nozick: A Response to G. A. Cohen

Defending Wilt Chamberlain and the Principle of Robert Nozick: A Response to G. A. Cohen My views have developed since the writing of this paper towards a more nuanced response to Cohen, but I remember this paper as my first philosophical rebuttal in defense of Libertarian political philosophy.

The Time I Published my Philosophy Research with Aporia of Brigham Young University

In my paper, Response to Bernard Williams in “The Self and the Future” published in the Fall 2017 edition of Aporia, the philosophy journal publication service of Brigham Young University whose issue is archived here, I was nervous about my capabilities writing analytic philosophy, particularly of a metaphysical nature. However, some peer editing, a numberContinue reading “The Time I Published my Philosophy Research with Aporia of Brigham Young University”

My (Limited) Experience in Physics

I remember being fascinated by the basic concepts and implications of Physics from a young age watching science shows like “Cosmos,” “The Universe,” and “Through the Wormhole,” but my more formal study of physics never made it much past basic classical mechanics and a modest amount of Hamiltonian physics. And it was super hard forContinue reading “My (Limited) Experience in Physics”

Welcome!

Hi, my name is Seth Carter, aspiring economist looking to make economic and philosophical sense of this world in all its simultaneous chaos and order. This blog covers current events, economics, politics, philosophy, and my personal interests that I believe to be complementary to these pursuits. Thank you for visiting. Let’s take a walk togetherContinue reading “Welcome!”