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Feminism: Epistemology and Society

By Cassie Greenwald

“Would the world seem entirely different if it were pictured, felt, described, studied, and thought about from the point of view of a woman?” … 919 more words

Opinion

On Humility (Or, Calm Down, You're Not God)

I’m probably not the guy to write about humility.  In addition to being a bit brash, I’m on day number whatever of my Lenten fast from Coke and booze, and I’m grumpy as hell. 641 more words

The Order of Memory is the Order of Being

This is the third in a sequence of three essays examining aspects of reality from a Traditionalist perspective. The two previous essays took as their topics education and its relation to faith; and, the other, revelation and its relation to reality. 4,146 more words

Civilizational Twilight

The Reason Justified, True, Belief is still valid.

What I find so humorous is when Atheists argue against themselves.

Episteme, as distinguished from techne, is etymologically derived from the Ancient Greek word  357 more words

The Reason Justified True Belief is still Valid as Knowledge.

What I find so humorous is when Atheists argue against themselves.

Episteme, as distinguished from techne, is etymologically derived from the Ancient Greek word  868 more words

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Descartes, en el Discurso del método, acude a elementos que no son propiamente epistémicos para defender las ciencias: que si la ciencia es buena para la salud, que si la ciencia es buena para la guerra, que si la ciencia mejora nuestra calidad de vida, etc. 144 more words

Life

Fr. 598

When, for a given phenomenon, we put forward a unique cause as the source of said phenomenon, our positing the cause as such takes on a distinctly conservative cast. 213 more words

Philosophy