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Links 1 through 10 of 188 by Peter Cresswell tagged Philosophy

This morning I want to take you an a small philosophical journey around John Key’s new favourite word. That word, as you might have notice after the weekend, is “Pragmatic.” Or, if you prefer the pro...

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P-Zed is delighted to know that Richard Dawkins read out part of his (P-Zed's) own arguments in an Oxford debate on evolution, creationism and the existence of God. Says P-Zed: You can listen to it online—I think I'm going to have to have Dawkins read a

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Here's what Socrates would have to put up with if he taught today: teaching evaluations from the drooling dolts before which his pearls of wisdom were cast. From The Chronicle of Higher Education's Hemlock Available in the Faculty Lounge comes this select

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Modern science began with the full development of its own distinctive method of investigation: experiment. Experimentation is “the method of establishing causal relationships by means of controlling variables.” The experimenter does not merely observe

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“For all criticism consists in pointing out ...
contradictions or discrepancies, and
scientific progress consists largely in the
elimination of contradictions wherever we
find them. This means, however, that
science proceeds on the assumption that

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It is thus surprising to discover that Popper himself hardly lived up to this
ideal of non contradiction. When one examines Critical Rationalism, for example,
one soon notices that it is based on questionable premises; that its internal
logic is seriou

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We often joke that each new Free Radical magazine is the best one yet. This latest issue really is the best one yet. Issue 74 of The Free Rad tackles all the popular delusions that threaten life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and gives you the amm

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LIBERTARIANISM: Libertarianism as a political idea is four-square for freedom. At the basis of libertarianism is the principle that all adult human interaction should be voluntary, or to put it another way, that capitalist acts between consenting adults s

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