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Democracy’s Pillar of Support – Greg and Stephanie

“Democracy means a system of government in which all the people of a country can vote to elect their representatives. Media came into existence in 1780 with the introduction of a newspaper namely The Bengal Gazette and since then it has matured leaps and bounds. It has been playing a very important role in shaping … Continue reading

Trying to grasp Epistemology (Gregory Gosse)

So. Epistemology. Whats my Take on it? Well… I’m told its A & B = C … So is that like saying Shopping & Bills to pay = Money Loss? If you decide to go shopping ALL THE TIME then you have NO money left to pay your bills. Yet when you paid off those treacherous … Continue reading

Socrates (Gregory Gosse)

Socrates: You and your philosopher (How do you differ, what do you hold the same?) Differences Similarities Socrates has his students to write down his life and his philosophy.   (Mainly Plato) We don’t document our lives through journals or other ways of writing. What are they saying?(Outline a single argument/proposition from your selected philosopher. … Continue reading

Philosopy of Deutsch – Richard and Greg

“You know what is so good about the truth? Everyone knows what it is, no matter how long they’ve lived without it. No one forgets the truth, they just get better at lying” David Deustch is a British Physicist who came up with a a theory that determines the objectivity, and the truth between opposing … Continue reading

Ethnics: Get Out!

Globalization has left the world approaching a ‘beige’ state. In North America and much of Europe, the concept of racial purity has been eliminated. We embrace the ideals of diversity: multiculturalism, hybridity, pluralism. The concept of a distinct ‘us’ has expanded beyond race, culture, or ethnic background. Our ideals of unity have shifted towards human … Continue reading

Metaphysics Unit Reflections & Feedback

Having come to the conclusion of our Metaphysics unit in Philosophy 12, I asked the group to respond to several reflection prompts in a Google Form posted on the class site. Some of the questions addressed individual growth and learning related to participants’ chosen philosopher and activities undertaken during the unit; others focused on the actual process of collective … Continue reading

Generative Themes, Emerging Subjectivity and the Discussable Object

“To investigate the generative theme is to investigate the people’s thinking about reality an people’s action upon reality, which is their praxis. For precisely this reason, the methodology proposed requires that the investigators and the people (who would normally be considered objects of that investigation) should act as co-investigators. The more active an attitude men and … Continue reading

Socrates – Ramona

A philosopher of Athens, Socrates generally regarded as one of the wisest people of all time born from 469 to 399 B.C. It is not known who his teachers were, but he was told to have been acquainted with the doctrines of Parmenides, Heraclitus, and Anaxagoras. Socrates himself left no writings that we know of, … Continue reading

Scientific Philosophy Group Headings

This week we will be attempting to respond to the question, Is Science Objective? through a variety of lenses. Read up on the links below to help us in choosing our groups for this course of study. The Objectivity of Science Chris Price Postmodernism Kristina, Daniel & Leanne Philosophy of Deutsch Richard and Greg Thomas Kuhn Daniel Guide … Continue reading

Drunk Driving Logic

A 25 year old drunk driver failed to stop at a stop sign while a vehicle containing Ms. Gregg and another passenger were lawfully passing through the intersection as the road rules permitted them to do so.  Taylor had a history of alcoholism since teenage years and even two weeks before the accident, he was … Continue reading