Read Part I. Epistemic justification: internalism or externalism? 43% went with externalism, about 26% with internalism. It is impossible to write about this without sounding goofy or repetitive. Briefly, internalism means you know why you know something—and you know why … Continue Reading What Do Philosophers Believe? Survey: Part II
There are some new statistical papers floating around that conclude that the more intelligent among us tend to be atheists. An equivalent, but more enjoyable, way of stating this is that dumber people tend to be theists. It must be … Continue Reading Do only the less intelligent write papers about theists being less intelligent?
One of the premises frequently used for the argument that “all cultures are equal” (multiculturalism), or for the argument that you should not be judgmental, is relativism, which is the idea that there is no absolute knowledge, that is, that … Continue Reading The impossibility of there being no truth.