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Every moral question is an epistemological question. sources.
"All humans are inclined to rationalize backwards from our preconceptions. But while progressives are not uniquely guilty of this phenomenon, their movement is uniquely ill-equipped to guard against it. If a measure of intellectual blindness inheres in who we are, that is all the more reason to cultivate epistemological modesty."
......... Rather than adopting the exogenous management method but in due course inevitably ends up with developing an Islamic management method, it is better to straight away develop and subsequently adopt Islamic management method from the framework of Islamic philosophical and epistemological underpinnings themselves. Moreover, the very concept of the management itself lies firmly in the very function of human beings, that is as vicegerent of Allah SWT that need to manage his world at all levels, from individual to social and universal level. #mikirsore
Michael Ardoline directed our seminar yesterday focusing at first on some epistemological issues. Somehow we took up the question in earnest - what exactly does Kierkegaard and his pseudonyms mean by "repetition"? And then it was on to "what is the condition for receiving the question?" At the end of the hour, Mike described himself as a "dialectical empiricist" -- "a what" we said. Thanks for an excellent seminar Mike.
Got an existential/phenomenological/epistemological conundrum I am facing: if a man who is out-of-sync with your reality, yet grasps another, does that mean he is crazy? Who is qualified to arbitrate in such a dispute? An offshot of an interesting conversation tonight at the bar.
Every moral question is an epistemological question. Sources.
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"Imperial power, the power of the church, or the government, is illusion. It exists solely because we create and observe its reality. We, ourselves, have created this tyranny, and we, ourselves, can tear it down. Singly and together, we have created this unilateral epistemology, this social control, and in doing so, have surrendered ourselves, our integrity, and our very existence to it. Today, we live at the whim of the state. How ironic a twist since the state cannot exist without us. What sort of monster have we complicitly devised which devours our flesh and souls with such impunity" "We are not condemned! We need only question, apply ourselves, and devise another way of looking at government to reverse this multiheaded creature. Bit by bit, we shall defeat the unilateral epistemology we've been taught and change the very nature of government."Anonymous
" Post-Rationalism...approached the problem of scientific knowledge in highly distinctive ways that have much to tell us today. For one, it was uninterested in any sharp division between what is called, in Anglophone philosophy of science, the ‘context of discovery’ and the ‘context of verification’. The former names the contingent historical details that lead to a discovery while the latter details the empirical and rational reasons given for our taking it as true. For post-rationalism, the two are not easily separated, and to do so is to impoverish our sense of the labor of science, our sense of its productive, rather than simply descriptive, capacities. The latter idea is one of the most controversial aspects of, say, Althusser’s epistemology, borrowed more or less from Bachelard. This is the idea that, when working on an object, the scientist as much reproduces that object anew as she passively receives its content. Knee-jerks in the Anglophone context would immediately catch a whiff of relativism here, but this isn’t the case: in producing a new object, the scientist also produces their science as something distinct from common-sense or ideology. But key to this is the notion that such a process is never over; the scientific object is never entirely purified of its empirical or ideological trappings. If it were to be, the labor of science would be over, ideology forever banished."Anonymous
Nationality is a form of neighbourhood. If 'neighbour' means nothing, so does 'nationality'. So does citizenship for that matter. Etymologically connected to 'natio', 'nat', 'nasci' nationality epistemologically refers to one's place of birth. Born of woman, the first neighbour, and neighbour of one's neighbours. Cyber-neighbourhood is distinct from geo-neighbourhood. We need both.Anonymous
Science, man's new savior. Another example of man trusting their empirical evidence for the benefit of our society. The epistemology of any human is stll a guess that many times has been proven wrong over time. Many scientists along with suppressive and pompous religious leaders thought the world was flat. Is it better to have a narcissistic scientist or religious leader? They the same yet judged differently.Anonymous
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Just wrote a poem about epistemology and methodology! It felt v good! V creative and homecoming!
"People commonly claim that they learn from art, that art changes their perception of the world, and that art has an impact on the way that they see and make sense of the world." -Art & Epistemology
Trying to decide if I should start writing another hypnosis script, another novel, or another epistemology article.
The quality of your evolution is only as good as your knowledge of history and specifically scientifically explained ontology and epistemology. The more you know about your body and brain right down to the DNA the faster you can evolve into the next version of human, you will see both physiological and psychological changes. ~ Beast
Freshen up ur day with this knowledge.. Thanku
What does one of the most beloved Star Trek TNG episodes say about human communication, technology, and epistemology?
This is pretty sickening, actually. Evidence that we need to address ethics as well as epistemology, with people who have grown up immersed in religion.
Your take on this....I find it hard in this era of epistemology for one to clearly assert an atheistic position. "One major problem is that atheism and agnosticism both deal questions about the existence of gods, but whereas atheism involves what a person does or does not believe, agnosticism involves what a person does or does not know. Belief and knowledge are related but nevertheless separate issues.."
Looks really good. Graham and Gerken warm up the crowd for some really cool talks on testimony the following day.
I think I just spent the last 6 or 7 hours reading about various religious perspectives and worldviews, more perspectives on the mind-body problem than I ever thought existed, a few theories on reality and epistemology, a little bit about various perspectives on evolution, and then a ton of political philosophies and how they relate to all of it. This pales only in comparison to that time I spent about 8 hours reading about physics. XD
The "I #!$%@&! love science" page should be re-named "I love #!$%@&! science." My main complaints are that they don't actually understand the epistemology of the scientific process nor the etymology of words. They're also fast turning into a propaganda outfit for all things Establishment and Status Quo. I suppose I shouldn't expect really great things from the Reader's Digest of science. And what can you expect when you need to act like a middle schooler by using profanity in your name to get millions of likes?
We have the smart Christians in the valley too those who doesn't consider themselves pastors even when having PhDs, my wish is that every pastor out there prepares himself into more knowledge and wisdom. That can only lead to a more solid worldview therefore a closer walk with Jesus Go to my friends church, churchoftheking . Com #inmigrationthoughts
Deepak Chopra is a living example of the kind of intellectual & emotional - immaturity & insecurity, that this sort of wish thinking epistemology leads to. When you pretend to know what you don't know - you don't grow. It's a bit sad.
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