Written on Albert Camus’ The Stranger for a philosophy course at Boston University. Follows the prompt, “engage with the contention that Meursault is honest.”
Early reflections on Plato’s dialogues (Ion, Shorter Hippias, Laches, Symposium, Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo). Edited to add gender-inclusive pronouns and correct a few misused words. In the interest of keeping this old and rather basic analysis intact, I have not corrected any of the misinterpretations of the texts I may have made at the time.