Thomas Baldwin discusses G.E. Moore and his philosophical development from British absolute idealism (which was the dominant view at the time) to common sense realism. He discusses the historical context, the development of particular ideas, important thinkers like John McTaggart and Bertrand Russell, and how analytic philosophy itself was born.

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An explication of the most powerful objection to Bayesian Epistemology, the problem of the priors, and why if a Bayesian cannot solve this problem, they will be no more successful than the standard epistemist.

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An explanation of how a given theory is confirmed or disconfirmed in Bayesian Epistemology.

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An explanation of the Logical Fallacy known as False Dichotomy (90 Second Philosophy & Fallacy February).

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An overview of several skeptical scenarios to be covered this week, and some optical illusions (Thought Experiment Month).

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