This is a short video about the philosophy and epistemology of René Descartes, discussing his “method of doubt” and his famous statement “Cogito ergo sum.”

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From ‘A History of Western Philosophy’, Book Three, Part I, Chapter 17.

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This is a short video about the philosophy and epistemology of René Descartes, discussing his “method of doubt” and his famous statement “Cogito ergo sum.”

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A description of the arguments of indirect Skepticism and how one can argue without beliefs.

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A description of “Indirect Skepticism”. A variant on Pyrrhonian skepticism we argue for here at Carneades.org.

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The first video in a series which will attempt to offer a defense of Indirect Skepticism. Annotations are having technical difficulties. Here are the links to the videos at the end: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSwkBsBARwM

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A short description of how Zermelo-Fraenkel Set Theory Avoids Russell’s Paradox, but falls into Godel’s Incompleteness Theorem.

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An explanation of why you should be skeptical of math and Russell’s Paradox for Set Theory.

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A video questioning whether equality is something that we actually want and how we can justify discriminating based on certain criteria, but not others (Doubting Truth, Justice and the American Way).

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