Category: Thinking Methods

How to Surrender No Premise

When disputing or discussing, it’s common to grant an opponent’s premise for the sake of argument. But we don’t always need to, and it’s not always desirable. Take this example: One who supports “Planned Parenthood” and the harvesting of infant body parts argues as follows: “I thought that according to Christianity all babies go to […]

42 Philosophical Blunders

This page gives my answers to 42 of my favorite bad ideas in philosophy, along with my own condensed answers. It functions as an outline of much of my philosophical project, especially focusing on epistemology. Many future posts will elaborate on the points found here. As you read the blunders, try quizzing yourself. If you […]