M Ward - Epistemology From the album "Hold Time" (2009) I was raised in a Catholic school, learned who to fire with and pray to I learned how to hold on from a book of old psalms And if you're trying to sing an old song and you're getting all the words wrong Well, you're just a-following along too closely in the book I learned how to keep my head from something Paul said About keeping the fruit in the spirit from the chorus down to the hook And sometimes I wonder what in God's name did I do to deserve you Oh, to deserve you Cause I just rolled and I tumbled, down a long road, I stumbled While shooting in the dark as to what's best And finally, I found you Without ever learning how to I put the right foot in front of the leg And beyond that is anybody's guess I learned how to keep my head from something Paul said About keeping the fruit in the spirit from the chorus down to the hook Oh, and sometimes I wonder what in God's name did I do to deserve you Oh, to deserve you Cause I just rolled and I tumbled, down a long road, I stumbled While shooting in the dark as to what's best And finally, I found you without ever learning how to I put the right foot in front of the leg Cause I just rolled and I tumbled, down a long road, I stumbled While shooting in the dark as to what's best Oh, as to what's best, as to what's best And finally, I found you Without ever learning how to I put the right foot in front of the leg And beyond that is anybody's guess
Zagzebski on Plantinga: Reformed Epistemology. "Religious Knowledge and The Virtues". Id like to make clear, although I say so explicitly twice in the video that I am relying heavily on Zagzebski's article cited and stared below. I quote from pages 2, 4, 6-7, 19 and relied on Zagzebski's flow of argument and just overall genius. If I did not make this clear in the video, I solemnly declare it here. Linda Zagzebski holds the Kingfisher College Chair of Philosophy of Religion and Ethics at the University of Oklahoma and has written many books and articles worth your read. Discussions on Reformed Epistemology as a general response to Veritas48's discussions and so forth. The beginning objections, for this video, numbered below. Part 1 of More than 1. Well See. Reformed Epistemology, whether per Plantinga, Wolterstorff or Mavrodes seems to entail: 1.Though the motive is to avoid skepticism, Plantingas presentation is externalist. As long as nature has insured that we respond to stimuli from the external world in a way that reliably leads to truth, our beliefs in this system are warranted. This immediately produces knowledge, ..if we know they are true. 2.Drastic individualism leaves us without cogent criterion for differentiating beliefs. Belief based theories opposed to person/virtue based. This is not necessarily specifically directed at reformers so much as it is individualistic theories in general—it just so happens Plantingas fits this bill. 3.Non-Voluntarism leads to insufficient accounts of Will, motive, discernment ...
Basic Question of Philosophy: Ontology, Epistemology, Ideology, Axiology & Social Change -- Rey Ty Fundamental Question of Philosophy: Ontology, Epistemology Gnoseology Gnosiology Paradigm, Ideology, Axiology, Education and Social Change Rey Ty historical dialectical dialectics materialism Karl Marx Fredrich Engels Lenin Mao Zedong Tse Tung Paulo Freire ontology epistemology theory of knowledge paradigm perspective perspectives social being consciousness transformation change axiology ideology matter Hegel critical theory, Matter, Consciousness Marxism
Epistemic Breaks & Paradigm Shifts in Knowledge Construction - Rey Ty Shifts in Knowledge Construction "Rey Ty" Religion Superstition Paradigm Shifts Philosophy Materialism Idealism Modern Modernist Theory Modernism Political Economy Smith Ricardo Mill Marx Engels Lenin Mao Zedong "Scientific Method" rationalism empiricism Crisis "Critical Theory" Horkheimer Adorno Marcuse Habermas Postcolonial Postcolonialism Feminism Existential Feminist Theory Beauvoir Queer Theory LGBT lesbians gays Poststructuralist poststructuralism Diop Obenga "Frantz Fanon" "Alan Sokal" postmodern "paradigm shifts"
Paul Feyerabend on Empiricism, Religion, and Epistemology From "Against Method" by Paul Feyerabend "Taking experimental results and observations for granted and putting the burden of proof on the theory means taking the observational ideology for granted without having ever examined it."
The Crow Epistemology The Crow Epistemology is a simple concept that states human minds are finite and can only deal with a certain number of things at a time. How many?...
Theological Epistemology Or rather, knowing God.
JP Moreland : Skepticism and Epistemology 5 of 8 Apologetics Christian Philosopher JP Moreland talks about Skepticism and Epistemology I could not find the chart for this epistemology class but i did find a 34 page chart for Morelands Metaphysics class from 1994 in case anyone is interested heres a link to it 220.127.116.11 x
JP Moreland : Skepticism and Epistemology 6 of 8 Apologetics Christian Philosopher JP Moreland talks about skepticism and Epistemology
Epistemology maybe some more propositions here... I kinda leaped from science becoming more pragmatic to science being somehow equivalent to technology... I should have fleshed that out a bit more. I think science has a religious side (to know the mind of God) and an irreligious side (to control nature). That science is an offshoot of religion I think all historians of science would agree with. It is not theology, but the founders of the scientific method did not leave God out of their justifications for the method. God played a central role. But back to technology... the desire to control nature motivates much modern day science. I think this is an unfortunate result of the philosophical assumptions underlying the scientific method. The basic problem is the assumption that the knower is separate from the known, that an actual gap exists between observer and observed. It is not so neatly compartmentalized as that: thou art that. Knowing is an activity that brings forth a world, it is not a passive mirroring of an already existing reality.
Phaedrus Explains John Locke's Epistemology Phaedrus explains John Locke's epistemology
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 ...
Evolution vs. Creationism: Epistemology Links to the other 23 videos in this series: 1 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: 9: 10: 11: 12: 13: 14: 15: 16: 17: 18: 19: 20: 21: 22: 23: 24:
Epistemological Dichotomies (Which May Be Totally Useless) Also, soul vs. self.
Religious Epistemology - William Lane Craig considers how the philosophical study of knowledge (epistemology) illuminates the validity of religious belief. Craig assesses how evidence, pragmatism, justification and warrant relate to religious belief and provides a description and ***ysis of Alvin Plantiga's 'Reformed Epistemology'. Some helpful terms to know de facto objection de jure objection evidentialism Expected Utility Principle Falsification Principle hiddenness of God inner witness (or instigation) of the Holy Spirit justification Logical Positivism Pascal's Wager pragmatic argument pragmatic justification presumption of atheism properly basic sensus divinitatis theological rationalism truth-dependent argument truth-independent argument Verification Principle warrant A helpful pdf article:
M Ward - Epistemology Live @ Cafe de la Danse Paris M Ward - Epistemology Live @ Cafe de la Danse Paris, recorded on Feb 26th
Spiritual Warfare,Stand music melody - The Epistemology of Truth is wearing the Armor of God Get in the Holy Spirit and Pray. Cloth yourself in the righteous imputed Garment the Lord has procured for us through his death, burial, and resurrection. Christ blood bought church has it's Garment on. And to her was granted that she should be arrayed in fine linen, clean and white: for the fine linen is the righteousness of saints. Revelation 19:8 Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ; 2 Corinthians 10:5 1 Timothy 2:1-2 I exhort therefore, that, first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; (2) For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty. 1 Thessalonians 5:8 But let us, who are of the day, be sober, putting on the breastplate of faith and love; and for an helmet, the hope of salvation.
Adequatio: Adventures in Participatory Epistemology this is a presentation I gave with my friend Chris Becker at Esalen in 2009
Scribblenauts and Epistemology Some philosophical ***ysis of the game Scribblenauts and its unique approach to testing your mind.
Objectivist Epistemology A short discussion of the epistemic theory of Ayn Rand.
Examples of the Crow Epistemology Here are some examples illustrating the finite nature of the human mind.
Epistemology versus Fantasy Barbara Forrest, a professor of philosophy at Southeastern Louisiana University was interviewed about "intelligent design" creationism. She has been a critic of intelligent design and the Discovery Institute, and testified as a key expert witness for the plaintiffs in the 2005 Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District trial.. Forrest "co-authored Creationism's Trojan Horse: The Wedge of Intelligent Design (Oxford University Press, 2004), with biologist Paul R. Gross. The book examines the goals and strategies of the intelligent design movement and its attempts to undermine the teaching of evolutionary biology. The authors ***yze the absence of a scientific intelligent design hypothesis, ID's religious foundations, and the political ambitions of intelligent design proponents. They examine the movement's Wedge strategy which has advanced and is succeeding through public relations rather than through scientific research. They also highlight intelligent design creationism's relationship to public education and to the separation of church and state. Forrest serves on the board of directors of the National Center for Science Education (NCSE), the Board of Trustees of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, and the New Orleans Secular Humanist Association (NOSHA)." plato.stanford.edu plato.stanford.edu
JP Moreland : Skepticism and Epistemology 3 of 8 Apologetics Christian Philosopher JP Moreland talks about Skepticism and Epistemology
Metaphysics and Epistemology texts Good, scholarly introductions to the subjects of Metaphysics and Epistemology, which are the most abstract and important, ie fundamental, brandches of philosophy.
What is Epistemology?
JP Moreland : Skepticism and Epistemology 4 of 8 Apologetics Christian Philosopher JP Moreland talks about skepticism and Epistemology
***ytic Epistemology This clip discusses some of the schools of thought in contemporary ***ytic epistemology. First, the clip mentions Bertrand Russells dislike for the standard notion of what constitutes "knowledge" in philosophy, believing it to be to much too vague. Then there is a brief summary of GE Moore's "Proof of an External World" and his views on foundationalism. The clip then mentions Ludwig Wittgenstein's idea that "meaning is use" within social contexts, and that philosophical obstacles are really just miscommunication within "language games." Simply put, Wittgenstein thought that there were no such things as genuine philosophical problems, and that philosophy was merely a byproduct of linguistic misunderstandings. The clip then discusses the differences between foundationalism and coherentism and WVO Quine's notion of the seamless "web of belief." Quine was a strong proponent of the natural sciences, and thought that findings in the natural sciences could shed significant light onto age-old philosophical questions concerning the nature of the mind and knowledge. The clip then summarizes "The Gettier Problem" which challenged the Platonic definition of knowledge as "justified true belief," and then ends with definitions of internalism/externalism, and Alvin Goldman's causal theory of knowledge.
Epistemology Video to accompany a tune that I made a few months back. Drum n Bass style ! and before you ask, i'm not an objectivist! Big Shout out to the YouTube Atheist community: Gear ---- Audio: Various hardware synths Various VSTi's Produced, mixed and sequenced in Cubase SX Audio samples: Ayn Rand Video: Sony Vegas Video samples: hubblesource.stsci.edu http
Conspiracy Theories: CRIPPLED EPISTEMOLOGY Selected highlight clips from various 2010 Toronto Truth Seekers street actions, dedicated to all good people doing street activism. This segment is also my attempt at an important message directed towards those that don't want us doing this: "WE ON THE STREETS NOW, AND WE NEVER GONNA STOP." Black Krishna's 2009 TRUTHER STREET ANTHEM CONSPIRACY RESEARCH: White House Information Czar & University of Chicago Law Professor Cass R. Sunstein co-wrote a paper called 'Conspiracy Theories' in 2008 with Adrian Vermeule of Harvard University Law School. They advocated cognitive infiltration, using 'counter-misinformation' against 9/11 truth, and suggested people who research conspiracy theories suffer from a 'crippled epistemology'... RESEARCH The truth seekers are currently researching Investigate 9/11, G20 Toronto Riots, Carbon Tax Scam: Climategate Exposed the Hoax, & Look Up! Are Those Contrails or Chemtrails?, Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed by Ben Stein, New Age Infiltration of the Truth Movement, Freeman-on-the-Land or Corporation, Against Harmful Taxes, economic crisis, Road tolls are the Old World Order, US Army is hiring Internment/Resettlement Specialists, and many more... TTS meets up on Saturday afternoons (weather permitting) at Yonge-Dundas Square in downtown Toronto, Canada, to distribute informational flyers & DVDs about different issues, MORE INFO about TORONTO TRUTH SEEKERS at ...
JP Moreland : Skepticism and Epistemology 7 of 8 Apologetics Christian Philosopher JP Moreland talks about Skepticism and Epistemology
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JP Moreland : Skepticism and Epistemology 8 of 8 apologetics Christian Philosopher JP Moreland talks about skepticism and Epistemology Here is a link to the HIS DEFENSE video and audio archive for free click and listening. and here is a link to more free audio and video of Dr. Moreland and hundreds of other Christian proffesors and thinkers, at Veritas forum. Here is Dr. Morelands faculty page at talbout university web page. www.talbot.edu Here is a recent debate between Alvin Plantinga Vs. Atheist Steven Law on the Evolutionary argument against Naturalism over at Unbelivable radio. click here then go to bottom of screen scroll down to NOV 13, 2010 show Plantinga vs. Law Here is a free E-book by JP Moreland called "THE God Question" its about God and Meaning. 272 pages in Pdf format. Here is the Link to Victor Repperts, CS Lewis DANGEROUS IDEA BLOG where he specializes in the ARGUMENT FROM REASON. Here is a short written interview with Victor Reppert on the Argument from Reason in the clearest language I have ever read. Be sure to check the ATHEISM IS DEAD blog Here is a link to Dr. Morelands virtual office. Here is a great 2 page paper by Alvin Plantinga defending the Evolutionary argument against Naturalism. 13 video and audio talks by JP moreland over at Veritas dot org here is a link to a 97 page. class outline for Dr ...
Plato part 4 Ethics Metaphysics Epistemology A discussion of Plato's ethics and theory of justice and the relationship to his metaphysics and epistemology
Epistemology What is Epistemology? plato.stanford.edu Thales says Everything is Water Anaximander says Everything is Air Rene Descartes Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting One's Reason and of Seeking Truth Skepticism entry at the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy plato.stanford.edu The New England Skeptical Society Music by podington bear (nature kid) image credits: leap annonymous god hands puppeteer brain in vat baby hands bre brain messages poltergeist kid trees nerd brain neurons space pics cca.arc.nasa.gov
Phaedrus Summarizes George Berkeley's Epistemology
dr carolina acosta-alzuru on epistemology During a guest lecture on naturalistic inquiry in my graduate Research Method class, UGA's Dr. Carolina Acosta-Alzuru discusses epistemology and compares the nature of knowledge in quantitative and qualitative research.
Whaddya Know? Epistemology for Dummies What do we know and what do we believe? Music by Kevin MacLeod
Atheism, Reality and Epistemology Finally following up this video: I won't be this long before my next video--promise! Drawing by: Music by:
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
Foundationalist and Coherentist Epistemology: A Reply to Vertias48 I discuss the hidden assumption made by both William Lane Craig and Veritas48 in regard to the 'who designed the designer?' question. I'm sorry this is choppy and poorly edited, my full video was over 16 minutes long so I had to cut it down considerably. I hope I haven't sacrificed clarity. It's good to have you back, Veritas, I always enjoy hearing your ideas. More on Coherentist epistemology: plato.stanford.edu Also check out this great vid from Lennybound on epistemology: