*These essays were written during my first year in philosophy at Concordia University*

!~Response to Richard Feldman’s “No Falsegrounds” theory~! Grade B+

– This essay was writen to give an explanation of the “No Falsegrounds” theory discussed in Richard Feldman’s “Epistemology”.

!~Explanatory Essay on William Hegel’s “Unhappy Consciousness”~! Grade: B+

– An exegetical paper written to help understand the phenomenological issue of the “Unhappy Consciousness” worked on by William Hegel.

!~Exegetical Response to Soren Kierkegaard’s “Fear & Trembling”~! Grade: C+

– An exegetical paper aimed at trying to figure out Kierkegaard’s problem with Abraham’s faith. Background understanding of the story of Abraham or having read “Fear & Trembling” by Soren Kierkegaard might be required.

!~Response to Jean-Paul Satre’s statement; “Everything has been figured out, except how to live.”~! Grade: B

– This is a response to Jean-Paul Sartre’s statement “Everything has been figure out, except how to live.”

!~Explanatory Essay about Property from William Hegel’s “Elements of the Philosophy of Right”~! Grade: A-

– This is an essay written to show the relation between personality and personal property.

!~Critical Essay on Jean-Paul Sartre’s – “The Look” in “Being and Nothingness”~! Grade:

– This is a critical response to the phenomenon described in Jean-Paul Sartre’s “Being and Nothingness”.

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