Philosophy, Science, and Light-Weight Musings by a Philosopher
Labels: basic thoughts, Epistemology, Philosophy, video
posted by Brint Montgomery @ 8:16 PM
Very nice, most of that I can recall from intro and other classes on the various fields of philosophy. Though I admit the presentation of the study and video, give a nice effect. Wouldn't mind seeing more of your podcast/video series.
Can I know that a unicorn has a horn?
You're so cute online!
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It warms my heart to think back to intro days. One question, how "traditional" is the JTB definition of knowledge? If I recall correctly, its fortunes rose and fell with the Logical positivists and was finally squashed by Gettier, although some recent analytics have attempted its recovery.
Hmmm, you shaved the Mutton Chops.JCM
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