All students of epistemology cite many categories of experience that are not knowledge, in order to distinguish them from knowledge. These categories are different in
This is the transcript of the seventh episode of the Shabda Podcast. In this episode, we will talk about the problem of epistemology or how
How do we know something to be true? This question has preoccupied philosophy for as long as we can remember. Many answers are offered to
While going down in an elevator, it recently occurred to me that the elevator doesn’t move unless we indicate the floor it has to go
Even a broken watch tells the right time twice a day. However, to know that the watch is broken, we must observe it when it tells
The below is a modified version of a response I wrote recently on Google+ in response to a question about the conflict between reason and faith.
The problem in any kind of existence begins from a very old distinction between appearance and reality. Appearances are obviously how things seem to us