Falsafa, Issue 1, Spring 2018

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We are proud to present the inaugural issue of Falsafa!  We hope you enjoy reading it!


Falsafa Vol 1 Front - final


Contents

A Simplified Definition of Gaslighting and its Social Scope
Lorenzo Benitez, Cornell University

Gendering History: Investigating a Historical Materialist Account of Patriarchy
Natalie Cernius, Harvard University

How Epistemic Exploitation Contributes to Active Ignorance and Epistemic Injustice
Jo-Anna Hagen Schuller, University of Edinburgh

Skillful Teaching of Dao: The Language Use of Zhuangzi
Yuka Kamamoto, Nanyang Technological University

Is There Something It Is Like to Sleep?
Dhruv Raman, Ashoka University

Moving Towards a Transsexual Metaphysics: An Account of (Trans)sexed Embodiment and (Gender) Dysphoria
Sofie Vlaad, Queen’s University

Of A Like Mind: Exploring Interpretations of Ibn Rushd’s Monopsychism
Abigail E. Whalen, University of Notre Dame


Chief Editors

Tanuj Raut
Adrian Perez


Editors / Reviewers

Ceejay Abarca
Matthew Downing
Alisa Egecioglu
Elise Hughes
Aditya Iyengar
Xinruo Li
Jake Li
Maya Lyubomirsky
Karina Martinez
Orbellin Portillo Blancas
Jason Schwartz
Emma Springer
Atiyeh Taghiei


Design and Publication

Ellis Diaz
Matthew Downing
Alisa Egecioglu
Elise Hughes
Zahrah Kabbara
Tanuj Raut
Jason Schwartz


Communication and Management

Nolan Zoltan Berge