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Science and ethics (part 2): is there any space for Philosophy?

Where I give my definition(s) of philosophy and explain why it will never die, even when it actively strives to make itself redundant. I’ve been trying to be as rigours and linear as possible, and for some reason I was

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Posted in Ethics, Evolutionary Psychology, Philosophy, Science

So after all, I do know something! (Just another story – Part 3)

This is the last post in a series that tires to give a decent account of scientific epistemology (see also Part 1 and Part 2). I say decent, because the mainstream scientific epistemologies that I have encountered so far seem

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Posted in New Atheism, Philosophy, Premises, Science

Language, narratives and their cognitive role (Just another story – Part 2)

This is the second post of a series about the contrast between language, subjective and objective knowledge and how one does not need postulate the existence of absolute factual truths in order to recognise the epistemological value of science (see

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Posted in Philosophy, Premises, Science

Knowledge and emotions (Just another story – Part 1)

This is the first post of a series that will explore my views on knowledge, the epistemological value of science and why it is scientifically naïve to pretend that facts are just facts and/or that objective knowledge does in fact

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Posted in Philosophy, Premises, Science
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