Monthly Archives: June 2013

Way One Analyzed Logically

Jon/ June 15, 2013/ Philosophy, to be moved

This post may be out of the blue for a few people out there, but I thought I'd share it anyways. It's not too often you come across an analytic understanding of Aquinas' first 'proof' of God's existence…and a good one at that. Below the analytic thomist explains: Defending Aquinas's First Way: “Whatever is Moved is Moved by Another” Let's

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Evolution of Science in 200 Words

test/ June 4, 2013/ Philosophy, to be moved

The word science has a different meaning today than it did 100, 500 and 2500 years ago where in each case an alternative meaning for the word has become primary. The greeks found philosophy circa 500 BC using the word ἐπιστήμη/episteme (Greek) defined: Knowledge. (any justified true belief).   (1) logically includes the body of empirically verified knowledge and a separate definition is not

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