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Why vote? Geoff Sayre-McCord (UNC) discusses why we should vote. Geoff reviews some of the traditional arguments against our reason to vote; for instance, why should we vote if it makes no difference to the outcome of the election? After reviewing these positions, he looks at some counterarguments before leaving it up to you to figure out why you should vote.
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What is the value of knowledge? In this video, Jeremy Fantl (University of Calgary) explains the so-called “Meno problem” – the problem of explaining why knowledge is distinctively valuable.
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What kind of thing is race? Check out part 3 of Intro to Philosophy of Race to learn about sociohistorical theories of race!
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The WiPhi team is doing a Reddit AMA! Ask us anything!
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Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Duke University) introduces a new approach to the problem of knowledge: Contrastivism!
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Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Duke University) introduces a new approach to the Problem of Skepticism: contrastivism.
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What’s so great about knowledge? Jeremy Fantl (University of Calgary) explains the so-called “Meno problem” – the problem of explaining why knowledge is distinctively valuable.
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What kind of thing is race? Check out part 3b of our Intro to Philosophy of Race series!
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What is race? Check out Intro to Philosophy of Race, part 3!
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