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"Skylerized: The Web Series-'Epistemological Criteria'" Skylerized introduces a new way of looking at an old problem. Want to know what it is? Check out this webisod
Epistemology Part2: The Four Paths to Knowledge the latest installment in my epistemological series. This one talks about simple seeing, empiricism, dialectics, and authourity as the four paths to knowledge.
An Incomplete Epistemological Examination of Immolation as a Methodology of Exorcism A man takes drastic action against malevolent entities that have snuck into his dwelling. Starring Stacy Billingsley Alana Iftody David Wesst Written, Directed, Shot, and Edited by Matheu Plouffe copyright (c) matheu plouffe 2009
Political/Economic collectivism does not mean epistemological/metaphysical 'collectivism' This is a video in response to the Howardr's PM in which he accused me of being a collectivist. The problem with this accusation is the misuse of the term collectivism in respect to my argument (against MrCropper's Anarchy is Stupid).
Ignacio Silva: "Some Epistemological Issues concerning the Quantum Divine Action Project" Ignacio Silva (PhD student, University of Oxford) gave a lecture at the Workshop in memory of Professor Mariano Artigas, organized by the Thomas More Institute and the Research Group on Science, Reason and Faith (CRYF) of the University of Navarra. www.unav.es
The Epistemological Detour "Spiritualists" in Cassadaga provide alternative advice when dealing with the unseen world Correspondent : Nancy Johnson Camera/Lighting/Editing : Timothy F. Kania
Crazypills2 and his epistemological tomfoolery In a private message to me crazypills2 aka Steve informed me that he didn't think knowledge had to be certain. I quickly wrote back and asked him if he was certain of that. It seem his limited grasp of logic is rather faulty.
Education's Epistemological Mission Dr.Stephen Hicks, Professor of Philosophy at Rockford College and CEE's Executive Director, presents a series of lectures on the philosophy of education. In Part 3, Dr. Hicks gives an overview of epistemology. In this section, he outlines the epistemological mission and virtues of an educational philosophy based on a rational epistemology.
Epistemological Terror An exploration of the epistemological question: "what can we know for sure?"
Religious Faith Morality & Epistemological Absurdities A little montage of Sam Harris - VS Ramachandran & Richard Dawkins on the perils of the religious dogmatic world-view.
Epistemological Colors ( YTO Day 95/365 ) 1.14.11. It is my opinion that colors are not metaphysical properties but epistemological phenomena.
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Solving the Hard Problem of Consciousness - In Under 10 Minutes This video offers a solution to the Hard Problem of Consciousness. It contends that there are 2 epistemological hurdles that have historically prevented man from solving this mystery... and these epistemological hurdles are a consequence of evolution. (This is a condensed version of my 5 part series on "Solving the Mystery of Dualism".)
Re: Epistemological Dichotomies (Which May Be Totally Useless) Video Cam Direct Upload I'm camera-shy...not in my element here.
Epistemology Part3: Opnions, Weak Beliefs, Confident Beliefs, Certain Knowledge The third installment of my epistemological series. This part concerns the varying degrees of confidence we can have concerning knowledge.
A Brief History of Epistemology by Rey Ty History of Epistemology "Rey Ty" Ontology Gnoseology gnosiology superstitions religion modern modernity modernism classical philosophy law history crisis feminism gender LGBT "black studies" "critical theory" Diop Fanon Beauvoir Nkrumah postmodern "critical theory" "Alan Sokal" Marx Engels Lenin "Mao Zedong" Smith Ricardo Malthus Rousseau Mill poststructuralism postcolonialism philosophy axiology values ethics cultural culture "theory of knowledge" "paradigm shifts" "epistemic breaks" "KRS-One" "Chuck D" philosophy feminism LGBT Smith Ricardo Malthus Mill Herodotus Thucydides "Sima Qian" Hegel Braudel Carr Scientific dialectical historical materialism empiricism rationalism positivism behavioralism "scientific method" crisis Enlightenment Horkheimer Adorno Althusser Marcuse Habermas "Frankfurt School" "Critical legal theory" "critical race theory" "interest convergence" Constantino Galeano Mandela Obenga "Edward Said" Sartre Beauvoir Senghor "Desmond Tutu" Confucius Mo Zi Lao Zi Taoism critical consciousness magic naive intransitive transitive Alan Sokal
The Chimps A'hoy (Epistemological Number 1) Devin approaches two hoodlums in the street, and soon realizes that he picked a fight with the wrong noodle wielders. This is a short vid / vlog that is sure to put a smile across your expanse of face. This is our first vid / 100. Enjoy, and like and subscribe!
The Chimps A'hoy (Epistemological Number 2) Theres a new sheriff in town, and he's lookin' for deputies! Quite a problem emerges. This is a short vid / vlog that is sure to put a smile across your expanse of face. 2 / 100. ACWTV Enjoy, and like and subscribe!
Epistemological Dichotomies (Which May Be Totally Useless) Also, soul vs. self.
Atheism: Consistent Epistemological Methodology Without Absurdity This video lays out the epistemological methodology people employ when trying to discern what they believe is real or not real. This methodology does not prove what is real or not real nor does it demonstrate certainties. It simply illustrates the logic behind beliefs. If a person believes in the Matrix or in God, that person is being inconsistent with his or her epistemological methodologies and his or her beliefs as a whole. Because believing in the Matrix or in God is logically inconsistent, the atheist chooses to believe in neither.
Epistemological Experiment - Activity try it out, it feels quite cool. As if there is a hole in the ground. Music made by myself. I know, some misspelings. I-ll upload some more..
A new epistemological tool more powerful than falsifiability and Occam's razor This video uses a highly edited audio file taken from this TED Talks source: David Deutsch: A new way to explain explanation I claim fair use. I want to talk about Deutsch's ideas. I think his concept of "invariability" might turn out to be an epistemological tool more powerful than Occam's razor and Karl Popper's concept of falsifiability combined. Occam's razor states that "entities must not be multiplied beyond necessity" or "plurality should not be posited without necessity," and that the simplest explanation tends to be the best one. That means that when competing hypotheses are equal in all other respects, you should choose the explanation that makes as few assumptions as possible, and eliminate those that make no difference in the observable predictions of the explanatory hypothesis or theory. They used to call it the law of parsimony, or law of economy or or law of succinctness. Karl Popper next argued that the reason for us to prefer simple theories wasn't about appealing to practical or aesthetic considerations, as Occam himself seemed to have assumed. Popper justified simplicity by connecting it to his falsifiability criterion because simple theories had more empirical content and were more testable. And in the end, Occam's razor is just a heuristic, a rule of thumb, and not really a law or an irrefutable principle of logic while falsifiability is a must for any scientific theory. And just as Occam's razor is a side effect of the truth of ...
Theory and History (Chapter 14: The Epistemological Features of History) by Ludwig von Mises Theaudio book version of "Theory and History: An Interpretation of Social and Economic Evolution," by Ludwig von Mises. Read by John Pruden. Ludwig von Mises was the acknowledged leader of the Austrian School of economic thought, a prodigious originator in economic theory, and a prolific author. Mises's writings and lectures encompassed economic theory, history, epistemology, government, and political philosophy. His contributions to economic theory include important clarifications on the quantity theory of money, the theory of the trade cycle, the integration of monetary theory with economic theory in general, and a demonstration that socialism must fail because it cannot solve the problem of economic calculation. Mises was the first scholar to recognize that economics is part of a larger science in human action, a science that Mises called "praxeology." Biography of Ludwig von Mises http Read the complete book 'Theory and History' online: Links to more online books and essays by Ludwig von Mises: Human Action: A Treatise on Economics Audio book version: Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth Audio book version: The Anti-Capitalistic Mentality Marxism Unmasked: From Delusion to Destruction Interventionism: An Economic ***ysis A Critique of Interventionism Omnipotent Government: The Rise of Total State and Total War Socialism: An ...
Christia Mercer Leibniz's Theodicy and the Epistemological Problem of Evil Part 1 Christia Mercer's talk, "Leibniz's Theodicy and the Epistemological Problem of Evil," delivered at the Leibniz's Theodicy: Context and Content Conference at the University of Notre Dame, September 16-18, 2010
Epistemological Change I made this for laughs. Lyrics are below: Rollin by the wayside I hear you knockin at my door The rapping leaves the imprint of song just boomin out the store Never know what might come and knock you on your butt But you can always hear the train whistle even with the windows shut OOOH baby, What you sayin? What little secret you wanta be whisperin into my ear OOOH baby, What you sayin? What little secret you wanta be whisperin into my ear While I was strollin down the street I saw a man with bare feet talkin to all the passerbys What he was sayin he really believed, you could see it in the look of his eyes Ooh yeah you could see it in his eyes Now what did he say? He said: Keep your money, Keep your dough, keep all that *** thats happenin with politics I dont need any of that, because its all deranged, baby just listen up cuz I want change I want change ooh yeah Its the epistemological swing thats been happenin ever since those darn romans Its just a cycle of society, know what I mean, we just lean whatever way the pendulum leans. Ooh yeah, sway with me baby oh yeah. Epistemologically. OOOH baby, What you sayin? What little secret you wanta be whisperin into my ear OOOH baby, What you sayin? What little secret you wanta be whisperin into my ear
HE Dr Said Rajaie Khorassani - June 1985 Air date You Tube Compression HE Dr Said Rajaie Khorassani - June 1985 Air date. Ambassador of Iran to the United Nations. Rajaie Khorassani, said Humanities PHILOSOPHY Mulla sadra"s philosophy and its epistemological implications/, said Rajaie Khorassani. 254 P. DISS THESES (Ph.D.) -- Durham university, Faculty of Art, USA, 1976 Epistemological implications of Mulla Sadra's philosophy are discussed Mulla Sadra's life and works are studied and a brief account of his sufism is presented Mulla Sadra's ontological doctrines are described and his main ideas are discussed including an overall epistemological evaluation of his views and works. Mulla Sadra / Philosophy / Epistemology / Mulla Sadra's docrtines / Sufism / Mental existence Durham university, Faculty of Art, USA Durham university, Faculty of Art, USA • Date Shot: 1986-10-15 • Location: NEW YORK, NY USA PRESS CONFERENCE WITH IRANIAN AMBASSADOR TO THE UNITED NATIONS SAID RAJAIE KHORASSANI ABOUT THE IRAN / IRAQ WAR. 15:23:47:01 bars and tone. press conference begins. rajaie khorassani says iraq is a criminal warmongering regime. he says iran refuses to negotiate with the saddam hussein government. the ambassador answers a series of questions about the conflict. he talks about whether iran would consider un resolutions on the war
Christia Mercer Leibniz's Theodicy and the Epistemological Problem of Evil Part 3 Christia Mercer's talk, "Leibniz's Theodicy and the Epistemological Problem of Evil," delivered at the Leibniz's Theodicy: Context and Content Conference at the University of Notre Dame, September 16-18, 2010
Moulton and Abd Discuss Epistemological Methods An imaginary dialogue between Moulton and Abd on Wikiversity, based on actual conversations on the Wikiversity IRC Channel. Source dialogue can be found here: The libretto is also available on Moulton's blog ...
Speciation, DNA and Epistemology Pt. 2 Speciation explains the creation of new species. How does it happen? DNA is passed from one generation to the next, how and when does a change in DNA occur?
Irrational Atheism Visit this link and read this excellent essay on Atheism by Calvinist philosopher and theologian Dr. Gordon H. Clark: Atheism is not known for logical consistency. Almost all atheists today are entirely devoted to empirical epistemology, scientific method, and the verification principle. Never mind that the history of philosophy has demonstrated time and again that all empirical epistemological attempts have always ended in complete skepticism, for these atheists, truth is probability and logic/evidence is only that which can be sensed. Not only is certainty cast to the wind, but logic, the art of necessary inference, is replaced with courses like 'probability and statistics' and something called "practical reasoning." This is one reason our college graduates today do not have the capacity to detect basic fallacies (formal and informal) in basic argumentation. This is also why our society is returning to the Dark Ages. Any society that can not argue logically from the Bible alone, as Martin Luther so clearly demonstrated in the 16th century, is doomed to the superstition of Medieval Catholicism. However, some atheists are better trained in logic than others, and they sometimes make use of their logic when criticizing rival atheists. In this video I quote atheist author David Ramsay Steele, who clearly points out the absurd propaganda of today's popular atheists (such as Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens). It is always interesting to see ...
Will of the Ancients - Epistemological Conundrum @ The Wreckroom.mp4 Will of the Ancients playing at The Annex Wreckroom in Toronto, opening for Suidakra and Orphaned Land. Video shot by MaidenHell1977. Cheers dude! www.last.fm
Mises: The Last Knight of Liberalism | Chapter 21: The Epistemological Case for Capitalism Audio book version of Jörg Guido Hülsmann's sweeping intellectual biography of Ludwig von Mises, the 20th century's most astonishing dissident intellectual. Produced by the Ludwig von Mises Institute and read by Paul Strikwerda. Read Jörg Guido Hülsmann's 'Mises The Last Knight of Liberalism' online: Audio book playlist: Links toonline books and essays by Ludwig von Mises: Human Action: A Treatise on Economics Audio book version: Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth Audio book version: Theory and History: An Interpretation of Social and Economic Evolution Audio book version: The Anti-Capitalistic Mentality Marxism Unmasked: From Delusion to Destruction Interventionism: An Economic ***ysis A Critique of Interventionism Omnipotent Government: The Rise of Total State and Total War Socialism: An Economic and Sociological ***ysis Economic Policy: Thoughts for Today and Tomorrow The Causes of the Economic Crisis, and Other Essays Before and After the Great Depression Epistemological Relativism in the Sciences of Human Action Bureaucracy Economic Freedom and Interventionism Capitalism, Happiness, and Beauty Historical Setting of the Austrian School of Economics A Hundred Years of Marxian Socialism The Equations of ...
Epistemology, Theism, and A-theism What is the source and fount for certain epistemological rights: Theism.
Christia Mercer Leibniz's Theodicy and the Epistemological Problem of Evil Part 2 Christia Mercer's talk, "Leibniz's Theodicy and the Epistemological Problem of Evil," delivered at the Leibniz's Theodicy: Context and Content Conference at the University of Notre Dame, September 16-18, 2010
Epistemological Problems of Economics [David Gordon] Lecture by David Gordon presented at the Ludwig von Mises Institute's 2003 Mises University held in Auburn, Alabama. The internationally renowned instructional seminar presented annually since 1985, featuring 60 or more classes, seminars, and plenary lectures on Austrian economics is the basis for a solid education in economics. David Gordon is a senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. He was educated at UCLA, where he earned his PhD in intellectual history. He is the author of Resurrecting Marx The ***ytical Marxists on Exploitation, Freedom, and Justice, The Philosophical Origins of Austrian Economics, An Introduction to Economic Reasoning, and Critics of Marx. He is also editor of Secession, State, and Liberty and co-editor of HB Acton's Morals of Markets and Other Essays. Related links: DISCLAIMER: The producer of this audio presentation, the Ludwig von Mises Institute, has given permission under the Creative Commons license to publicly repost as long as credit is given to the Mises Institute and respective guidelines are followed. More info at: This YouTube channel, LibertyInOurTime, is in no way endorsed by or affiliated with the Ludwig von Mises Institute, any of its lecturers or staff members.
Human Action (Ch 2, Pt 1: Epistemological Problems of the Sciences of Human Action) Ludwig von Mises Audio book version of Ludwig von Mises's classic "Human Action: A Treatise on Economics." Produced by the Ludwig von Mises Institute and read by Jeff Riggenbach. "This is Ludwig von Mises's magnum opus, the magisterial contribution in which he develops his flagrantly controversial philosophy of the social sciences, his brilliant entrepreneurial theory of the market process, and his devastatingly consistent classical liberal perspective on political economy, into an overarching system of extraordinarily impressive scope. Human Action is a work that has, for almost half a century, retained its freshness and its relevance, showing how deep economic understanding is to be attained, not by virtuosity of mathematical technique, but by subtlety and penetration of economic insight and interpretation. Recent developments in the economics profession suggest that the most far-reaching impact upon economic thought exerted by this celebrated work may be that still to come." -- Israel M. Kirzner, New York University Read 'Human Action A Treatise on Economics' online: Audio book playlist: More online books and essays by Ludwig von Mises: Economic Calculation In The Socialist Commonwealth Audio book version: Theory and History: An Interpretation of Social and Economic Evolution Audio book version: The Anti-Capitalistic Mentality Marxism Unmasked: From Delusion to Destruction ...
Why I disagree with epistemological Bayesianism Why I disagree with the notion that an epistemology must be wholly in terms of probabilities...
Rumsfeld's Unspoken Fourth Epistemological Insight This set of words references an observation made by Slavoj Zizek regarding ideology, specifically the 'everyday texture of our lives; everyday ideology'. By way of illustrating the idea that ideology is the 'complicated network of ethical, political [and] social prejudices which, even if we are unaware of them, still determines the way we function' he reminds us of Donald Rumsfeld comment when asked about Iraqi WMD's. Zizek draws our attention to a conspicuous omission in Rumsfeld 'theory of knowledge' that is a key expression of what ideology is, or rather how it works; the unknown know... This jocular observation helped give me a bit of framework to express my own observation that people rarely are unaware of how ***ed up 'things' and 'the world' are. For example, if you tell anyone that 'the top 1% of the earth's population earns more than the lower 60%' , that 'development of nuclear weapons only increases the likelihood of nuclear destruction' or that 'serious alternatives to fossil fuels need to be found to ensure a sustainable and peaceful world for future generations' it will come as no surprise to them. But, given that this broad understanding of the major events and crises facing humanity today, it is difficult to reconcile to lack of action amongst folk unless one realizes that the great press of ideology renders invisible the true strength of mass action and solidarity, which are the only ways in which progressive social change has ever been realized. Zizek ...
Waldof school: The Epistemological Task of Youth... Youth in an age of light. Passing of the Rose ceremony, a symbolic ceremony held to welcome the new grade one class.