Tag Archives: John Dewey

Morality For Humans

Following on from the previous post which looked at Kate Douglas’s 26 May 2014 New Scientist Article on Mark Johnson’s book ‘Morality for Humans’, here I quote from the introductory chapter (‘Moral Problem Solving as an Empirical Inquiry’) of Johnson’s book (parts are available … Continue reading

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Science, Religion and Philosophy

(This is the concluding, fourth part of the talk ‘The Science Delusion’ and follows on from: Part 1: the idea of science as a method Part 2: conventional, i.e. metaphysical, physicalism Part 3: Methodological physicalism)   18. Ante-Conclusion This is not the … Continue reading

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Talk: What I Know and Why I Know It

“When the facts change, I change my mind. What do you do, sir?” The above quote (typically attributed to John Maynard Keynes but probably not originating from him) makes it sound so easy. So why don’t we all act in this … Continue reading

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