Eleonore Stump answers a question about Thomas Aquinas’s theory of cognition after the 2nd Public Lecture on Analytic Theology. Cluster Group at University of Navarra. Whole question’s session: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlW8ueEYbhw

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An explication of the difference between Implicit and Explicit beliefs in the field of philosophy and the distinction between Implicit and Explicit memories.

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An explication of the notation for belief and knowledge B(s)(p) : A subject s believes that p K(s)(p) : A subject s believes that p

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A description of how philosophers define knowledge, all the way back to Plato, and a basic introduction to the distinction between warrant and justification. This video will help you to understand the basics of epistemology.

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An explication of Bertrand Russell’s solutions to the puzzles of the bald king of France and the problem of negative existentials through the use of his theory of definite descriptions.

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The final video explaining the distinctions between Necessary and Contingent, a priori and a posteriori, and Analytic and Synthetic, and why they line up like they do.

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A short description of the Problem of the Criterion.

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An intro to an everyday language video series attempting to debunk the claim that science can provide infallible knowledge.

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“ΕΝ ΟΙΔΑ ΟΤΙ ΟΥΔΕΝ ΟΙΔΑ” “All I know is that I know nothing” Skeptics Unite! Raise all you questions to the alter of inquisition and see if they can pass the test and enter into the revered world of knowledge.

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This video outlines the Grue argument presented in Nelson Goodman’s paper “The New Riddle of Induction”.

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