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Ryle and Oakeshott on the “Knowing-How/Knowing-That” Distinction

According to Robert Grant, Oakeshott only ever communicated with two “official” philosophers, one of which was Ryle:  Oakeshott warmly introduced Ryle, who delivered the annual August Comte Memorial Lecture at the LSE. 56 more words

Philosophy Of Mind

Steiner on thinking (Part II)

In the last post, I pointed out that Steiner saw a seeminingly subjective element in our thinking activity, and this post will explore how he deals with this problem. 767 more words


"I don't like the ending..."

Doobster has posted another masterpiece called “I seen it all”.  The story has a great beginning, but then suddenly ends causing the readers to beg for more, if you read the comments. 402 more words


Steiner on thinking (Part I)

Having gained a rudimentary understanding of Steiner’s understanding of experience, we can now turn our attention towards his understanding of thinking.

Steiner pointed out that in  472 more words


On Healing

While deliverance ministry may first and foremost be spiritual warfare, meeting incorporeal foes in combat protected only by the power of Almighty God and faith in the same, exorcism should also be properly considered a healing ministry. 713 more words