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Nihilism and the Meaning of Life
: A Philosophical Dialogue with James Tartaglia

Edited by Masahiro Morioka

Journal of Philosophy of Life Vol.7, No.1 (July 2017):1-315

 

 

Contents

Preface
Masahiro Morioka
i


Nihilism and the Meaning of Life
James Tartaglia
ii-xxvi


Transcendent Reality and the Consciousness Problem
Adam Balmer
1-15


Reply to Adam Balmer
James Tartaglia
16-20


Is Consciousness Transcendent?: Comments on James Tartaglia’s Philosophy in a Meaningless Life: A
System of Nihilism, Consciousness and Reality
Philip Goff
21-32


Reply to Philip Goff
James Tartaglia
33-49


Nothing but Nihilism?: The Spirit of Purposelessness in James Tartaglia’s Philosophy in a Meaningless Life
Ronald A. Kuipers
50-69


Reply to Ronald A. Kuipers
James Tartaglia
70-80


The Deep Personal Resonance of Nihilism
Tracy Llanera
81-91


Reply to Tracy Llanera
James Tartaglia
92-97


Living in the Frame: Meaning on Loan from Nihilism
Alan Malachowski
98-119


Reply to Alan Malachowski
James Tartaglia
120-135


In Search of Perspective: Notes on Freedom, Transcendence, and Finitude in Tartaglia’s Philosophy in a Meaningless Life
Bjørn Torgrim Ramberg
136-151


Reply to Bjørn Ramberg
James Tartaglia
152-159


How Human Life Could be Unintended but Meaningful: A Reply to Tartaglia
Brooke Alan Trisel
160-179


Reply to Brooke Alan Trisel
James Tartaglia
180-186


Transcendence
J. J. Valberg
187-194


Reply to J. J. Valberg
James Tartaglia
195-207


‘Life is Meaningless.’ Compared to What?
Damian Veal
208-260


Reply to Damian Veal
James Tartaglia
261-278


Transcendence and Mediation: From Tartaglia to the Free-Will Debate
Sho Yamaguchi
279-304


Reply to Sho Yamaguchi
James Tartaglia
305-315

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