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  • ...uld be happy to accept it. But a person who subscribes to '''philosophical skepticism''' is different: they question or reject the possibility of knowledge mo Philosophical skepticism goes back as far as the ancient Greeks, with the argument put forward by
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  •"Smith">Smith name, George H.. "A Note on the History and Meaning of Skepticism", Resources for Independent Thinking, *Academic: Named after [[Plato]]'s Academy, it is the philosophy that nothing can be known for certain.
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  • ...uld be happy to accept it. But a person who subscribes to '''philosophical skepticism''' is different: they question or reject the possibility of knowledge mo Philosophical skepticism goes back as far as the ancient Greeks, with the argument put forward by
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  • ...schandra Chatterjee and Dhirendramohan Datta. ''An Introduction to Indian Philosophy''. Eighth Reprint Edition. (University of Calcutta: 1984). p. 5, footnote Self-described atheists tend toward [[secularism|secular]] philosophies such as [[humanism]], [[rationalism]], and [[naturalism]]. However, ther
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  • {{r|philosophy}} {{r|Philosophical skepticism}}
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  • ...much, knowledge at all. On what grounds can we embrace, or reject, such [[skepticism]]? ...e land, it will help to look at some common opinions. Many, perhaps most, philosophers hold that knowledge is something like [[JTB analysis|justified, true bel
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  • In the writings of philosopher [[Willard Van Orman Quine|Willard v. O. Quine]], he discusses the 'indete ...of indeterminacy,<ref name=Quine1/> is widely discussed in modern analytic philosophy:
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  • ...ethical nihilism, but was ultimately no more than a manifestation of this philosophy. The nihilist rebellion sustained a philosophical and literary movement that "flourished in the first decade after the [[
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  • ...losophy of religion applies philosophy to religion, while theology applies philosophical methods to questions and problems within a religion. There is consider ...tions of the possibility and nature or [[religious language]], and [[Moral philosophy|ethical]] questions concerning the relationship between morality and a god
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  • ...literary, philosophical and sociological matters. The ultimate goal of the philosophes was human progress; by concentrating on social and material sciences, the ...the Philosophes were inspired by the thoughts of [[René Descartes]], the skepticism of the Libertins and the popularisation of science by [[Bernard de Fonte
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  • ..., 1930&ndash;October 8, 2004) was an [[Algeria]]n-born [[France|French]] [[philosopher]]. ...losophical position regarding the status of truth and knowledge in Western philosophy.
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  • ''This is a supplement to the [[philosophy]] article.'' ...ers, in chronological order, listing Western philosophers and then Eastern philosophers.''
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  • ...includes the most complete surviving account of ancient Greek and Roman [[skepticism]]. ...mmitted to the politics of the [[French Revolution]] and to the spirit and philosophy of the [[Scottish Enlightenment|Enlightenment]]. Meetings were held every
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  • ...keptical side tells me not to jump to conclusions... Uh oh, is my vodkated philosophizing side coming out? --[[User:Joe Quick|Joe Quick]] 22:47, 7 November 2007
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  • The '''''Discourse on the Method''''' is a [[philosophy|philosophical]] treatise published by [[René Descartes]] in 1637. Its full name is ' ...tatement in Latin, ''[[Cogito ergo sum]]'', is in §7 of ''[[Principles of Philosophy]]''.) In addition, one of the works published with it, ''[[La Géométrie]
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  • While skeptical criticism of superstition dates back to ancient times (e.g., the writings ...nvestigation of Claims of the Paranormal]] (now known as the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry)
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  • ...'Origin of Our Ideas on the Sublime and Beautiful'', his most [[Philosophy|philosophical]] work; it is a founding manifesto of [[Romanticism]], which came to do ...ce happening there. Rejecting [[Jean Jacques Rousseau]] (1712-78) and the philosophes, Burke said the popular will does not really exist, but that the ancient
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  • There are many websites set up to air skeptical opinions particularly concerning claims for the effectiveness of remedies ...p:// International directory of skeptic organisations]
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  • ...s of Natural Philosophy (c1846), including BOOK III. RULES OF REASONING IN PHILOSOPHY]</ref> Scientists propose explanations &mdash; called [[hypothesis|hypothe ...subject/philosophy/works/ge/carnap.htm Theories and Nonobservables] from ''Philosophical Foundations of Physics'' Basic Books, ASIN B0000CN9NI </ref> According
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  • ...s of Natural Philosophy (c1846), including BOOK III. RULES OF REASONING IN PHILOSOPHY]</ref> Scientists propose explanations &mdash; called [[hypothesis|hypothe ...subject/philosophy/works/ge/carnap.htm Theories and Nonobservables] from ''Philosophical Foundations of Physics'' Basic Books, ASIN B0000CN9NI </ref> Observatio
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  • ...ical illness. These are not recognized as such in fundamental chiropractic philosophy. Instead, the chiropractic evaluation is aimed to make chiropractic diagno ...CAM methods in their practice. Reforms tend to have beliefs, toward a more philosophical scientific view,<ref name="reformers">
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  • ...othesis, which is ancient indeed, and hath been very generally received by philosophers, but of which I could find no solid proof. The hypothesis I mean, is, Th ...f philosophers, to admit a hypothesis, which, in my opinion, overturns all philosophy, all religion and virtue, and all common sense ..."
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  • ...interpretation of experiments. He envisioned chemistry science as natural philosophy, and as a key to understand how nature operates, at the level of its simp ...automaton, his own words. He advocated a corpuscular view of nature and a philosophy based on Descartes' application of a mathematical and experimental approac
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  • after truth, has a very long history, associated especially with [[philosophy]] and [[religion]]. While these terms used in many ways, it often means n ...ers ''par excellence''--and, not surprisingly, both were associated with [[skepticism]] and had some well-developed ideas about the possibility and conditions
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  • |align="center" colspan="2" bgcolor="gold"|'''Philosopher''' | [[Philosophy of Mind]], [[Mathematics]], [[Cartesianism]], [[Rationalism]], [[Foundatio
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  • ==Pseudoscience and the philosophy of science== ...what [[science]] is from what it is not is a fundamental problem of the [[philosophy of science]], known as the [[problem of demarcation]].
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  • ...e Structure of Scientific Revolutions''' is an epoch-making book about the philosophy—and to a lesser extent the sociology—of [[Scientific method|science]] Kuhn's philosophy has a strong historical outlook, as illustrated by the following quotation
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  • ...ent]]. Although in recent years interest in Hume's work has centred on his philosophical writing, it was as an historian that he first gained recognition and re ...ut Hume's criticism of religion prevented him from becoming a professor of philosophy in [[Edinburgh]] in 1744. His convictions also prevented him from advancem
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  • A numerous and varied set of traditions have evolved from the first-century philosophy and teachings of Jesus Christ, as recorded in the [[New Testament]], rende ...and Gjesdal, Kristin, "''Hermeneutic''s",''' The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Summer 2009 Edition)''', Edward N. Zalta (ed.), [http://plato.stanford.ed
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  • ...' (from the Latin ''Deus'', meaning [[God]]) is a [[Religion|religious]] [[philosophy]] and movement that became prominent in [[England]], [[France]], and the [ with the terms "theism" and "theist", respectively. ... Theologians and philosophers of the seventeenth century began to give a different signification to th
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  • in their respective fields, and both men were initially met with strong skepticism and resistance to the inevitable conclusions that their discoveries led ...arliest observations were published by the Royal Society in its journal: [[Philosophical Transactions]]. Amongst these published observations were Van Leeuwenh
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  • ...e first known culture to actively explore geography as a [[science]] and [[philosophy]]. While maps had been made millennia earlier in [[Sumer]], the Greeks wer [[Thales]] of Miletus is one of the first known philosophers to have wondered about the shape of the world. He proposed that the worl
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  • should not be construed as definitive. It draws from fields including [[philosophy]] and [[psychology]] but also [[theater]] and [[business]] and [[computer * [[Baruch Spinoza|Spinoza]], a [[rationalism|rationalist]] philosopher from seventeenth century [[Europe]]. His [[book]] ''[[The Ethics (Spinoza
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  • in terms of which to verify statements about science. In this sense the philosophy of science must be empirical and not merely tautological. The '''philosophy of science''' is the study of the assumptions, foundations, and implicatio
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  • ...'' is an abstract, intellectual discourse–in Greek, φιλοσοφία ''philosophia'' means "love of wisdom"–that has attracted many of the brightest minds == What does ''philosophy'' mean? ==
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  • ...''neo-positivism''') is a school of philosophy that combines [[Positivism (philosophy)|positivism]]&mdash;which states that the only authentic knowledge is scie ...m denied the soundness of [[metaphysics]] and large swathes of traditional philosophy, and affirmed that statements about metaphysics, religion and some claims
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  • ==Early philosophical tradition== ..., astronomy and geometry in schools.<ref>''Protagoras'' (318d-f)</ref> The philosophers of Ancient Greece had begun the project of building knowledge from found
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  • ...'' (May 18, 1891&ndash;September 14, 1970) was an influential [[Philosophy|philosopher]] who was active in central Europe before 1935 and in the [[United States ...ysics department said it was too philosophical, and [[Bruno Bauch]] of the philosophy department said it was pure physics. Carnap then wrote another thesis, und
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  • ...e, Muhammad’s rule over Medina is viewed as the golden age of Islam. The philosopher [[Plato]] gives us a model for how Muhammad is viewed: as a just ruler. I ...ns, and they were then read by Muslims. The result was the birth of Arabic philosophy. Hundreds of words were borrowed from Persian and Syriac or coined in Arab
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  • ...niversity of Michigan) | [ Google Books preview.]</ ...gnition early on for its important contribution to chemical understanding, skepticism persisted for many decades after its introduction, even in England.<ref
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  • The '''subjective–objective dichotomy''', a longstanding [[Philosophy|philosophical]] topic, is concerned with the analysis of human experience, and of wha :<font face="Gill Sans MT">"There is a common philosophical conceive of the realm of belief and attitude as clearly d
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  • The concept is based on [[materialism]], the [[philosophy of mind]] that argues that the human spirit is entirely composed of a very ...]]s. Life extensionists compare cryopreservation skeptics with the cloning skeptics of the recent past. Journalists routinely interview scientists who dismiss
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  • ...ry and Confirmation in Evolutionary Psychology] (in The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Psychology) Edouard Machery concludes: ...of uneven quality. However, there is little reason to endorse a principled skepticism toward evolutionary psychology: Although clearly fallible, the discovery
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  • ...ring and testing scientific hypotheses? Since the birth of modern science, philosophers, scientists, and other thinkers have wrestled with this fundamental ques * Editor Peter Achinstein includes works by scientists and philosophers of science to offer a new perspective on the nature of scientific reason
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  • ...|newspaper=The Washington Post}}</ref> but many officials in the DoD were skeptical that Turkey will honor it's commitments.<ref>{{cite web|last=Rubin|first= == Philosophy ==
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  • ...t some believed were directed by [[extraterrestrial intelligence]]s—some skeptics called this "mass hysteria" or "mass delusion".<ref>{{citation | publisher = Committee for Skeptical Inquiry}}</ref>
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  • *''Science and Skepticism'' by John N.W. Watkins, 1984, 2001. ISBN 0-8223-2659-0. Explains how Imre Lakatos developed Popper's philosophy into a historicist and critical theory of scientific method.
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  • ...d June 5, 1723 O.S. / June 16 N.S. – July 17, 1790) was a Scottish moral philosopher who made a major contributor to the modern perception of free market [[ec ...of 15, Smith entered the [[University of Glasgow]], where he studied moral philosophy under "the never-to-be-forgotten" (as Smith called him) [[Francis Hutcheso
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  • ...reer was in [[rhetoric]], the art of persuasion and public speaking, and [[philosophy]]. He taught in Thagaste and Carthage, but desired to travel to Rome where ...e of making real progress in his quest, although he eventually lapsed into skepticism.
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  • ...infamous discussions in ''[[Philosophy (journal)|Philosophy]]'' with moral philosopher [[Mary Midgley]].</ref> Dawkins extended his theories with his 1982 work Dawkins's position as a prominent atheist and '[[skepticism|skeptic]]'<ref>This word uses the U.S. spelling in this context.</ref> has led to a
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  • ...d States]] constitution and Bill of Rights, the [[Magna Carta]] and in the philosophical work of [[Plato]], [[Aristotle]] and [[Thomas Aquinas]]. From the rule ...e structures. When the same is argued with regard to governments, many are skeptical - pointing to the fact that a person is born in a particular country and
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