Kant Rationalism

For this lesson, for chapter 6, I will describe philosopher Immanuel Kant’s integration of both philosophical beliefs of rationalism and empiricism, and why both “experience and reason” are important for “…constructing our knowledge of the world” (Chaffee, 6. 5, Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)). Kant wanted to bring together both the different thought schools of rationalism and … Read more

Classical Foundationalism

How Do We Know: 1.The Bible says we can know what good and evil are (Genesis 3:22), We can know that the Bible is God Breathed (2 Timothy 3:16), that Jesus is the son of God (1 John 5:20), that Christians are going to heaven (Romans 10:9), and that man was made in the Image … Read more

Endurantism And Perdurantism

Endurantism and Perdurantism are the two traditional accounts of the persistence of object through time. In this essay I will compare and contrast these two accounts, determine which account is more coherent. Assuming objects do persist through time I will argue that Perdurantism is a more plausible account of persistence and manages to solve Lewis’ … Read more

Sophists: man is the measure of all things

Subjects: Plato, Truth, Philosophy, Epistemology. Keywords: task of Socrates, Greek philosophy, kind of good, knowledge of the mechanisms, main art, essence of the teachings of Socrates, criterion of truth. Man and consciousness – this is a topic that enters into Greek philosophy instead of with sophists (sophists – teachers of wisdom). The most famous among them were … Read more