“Another Santa Claus post,” some might groan, and “is this going to be an annual thing?” some might ask. Well, Santa is still alive, and I might write a post every year until he is no longer such. “What? You can’t possibly still believe in Santa. You even admitted that your proofs for … More Is Fun a Good Reason to Belief in Santa Claus?
Well, you should be. Yeah, Eve. She just might be the most courageous person in all the Bible even if she is a fictional character. This is if you deem intellectual courage as a form of courage; although, it was also a form of physical courage because of the sentence of death that was held … More Are You a Fan of Eve?
It depends on who you ask. To the fundamentalist religion defines what is true, and science can only be true if it aligns with religious truth (or at least does not contradict it). To the atheist religion is false, and science is the best way to discover the truth. Then, there are the mixed types, … More Are Religion and Science Compatible?
In this blog post I will explore what realism entails, whether or not it is a valid claim in any domain. At the moment I have in mind four types of realism: Platonic, mathematical, scientific, and artistic. Platonic realism concerns where Plato’s forms or ideas resided. The forms were considered the true reality, where those … More Is Realism Real?
Nope. “Ignorance is bliss.” “A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing.” Not exactly, these aphorisms both depend on context. Ignorance might be bliss if you do not know about the child next door that is very sick. This bit of ignorance would save one a little emotional upset. Ignorance would not be bliss … More Are You Sure?