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Epistemology

The Epistemology Lecture

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This week, the face-to-face participants in Philosophy 12 will be delivering an introductory lecture on what they have learned during the past few weeks’ blogging and discussions about Epistemology. Over the course of the last week, the class has worked as a collective to highlight and articulate the main elements of an emerging epistemology, and the lecture and accompanying slides will be presented by live video that will be archived on Livestream, and later on the blog as a lasting artifact to what we know now, and how we know it.

Open Online participants are invited to engage with the lecture by tuning in to the live broadcast on Tuesday, at 10:30am (PST) as well as on twitter, and the debriefing to be conducted Wednesday beginning approximately the same time. If you can’t make it to the live discussion, your thoughts and comments are, as ever, welcome here.

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HS Gifted program teacher interested in the world out there, the world in here, and blending the two at every opportunity.

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2 thoughts on “The Epistemology Lecture

  1. Hey #philosophy12 students, I was thoroughly impressed by the way you distilled your massively complex and expansive individual ideas about epistemology into well-organized, elegant group presentations. I’m definitely noting your growth over time in the domain. Keep pressing. G

    Posted by GNA | November 20, 2012, 7:56 pm

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