To borrow a statement from Benedict Ashley’s essay in Philosophy and the God of Abraham: What does Aristotelian Thomism teach?… Read more What is Aristotelian Thomism?
Dr. Gordon H. Clark (1902-1985) was a notable Christian philosopher from Butler University and was also just as widely known… Read more Gordon Clark and the Falsity of Science
Historically the word “atom” in modern physics and chemistry was referred to the wrong object, during the revival of science… Read more Werner Heisenberg on Elementary Particles
Though I have given special attention to the issue of induction in other places , regarding the Baconian and even… Read more A.J. Ayer on Explanation and Induction
Professor emeritus of philosophy Richard Swinburne at Oxford University is one of the leading champions in regards to the analytic… Read more Richard Swinburne on Explanations
Matters pertaining to the likes of this post are quite simple for anyone with a preliminary background in philosophy, or… Read more The Difference Between a Scientific Fact and a Scientific Law
I should hope that you would forgive my poor philosophy humor in regards to the above title, but I promise… Read more Should David Hume’s Fork Feed our Skepticism?
Though the wording of the title of this post might seem to be advancing some degree of propaganda or “anti-scientific”… Read more Why Philosophy is Superior to Science
I wanted to write this post in regards to the nature/limitations of scientific methodology and discourse, since it is a… Read more The Nature and Limitations of Science