Tag Archives: skepticism

The Truth about White Llamas and Gold Catfish

In my last post, I talked about 3 events that happened this past week, and explained that the events present three problems in our ability to know truth: 1. You are limited to your own perspective 2. Extreme skepticism limits … Continue reading

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The Problem with White Llamas and Gold Catfish

“Llamas are wreaking havoc all over Phoenix!” What? “That dress is totally white and gold!” Huh? “Some guy caught a 280 pound catfish today!” Are you sure? This past week, there were statements flying around our culture that caused loads of debate … Continue reading

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Bias With a Remote Possibility

This post begins a series on exploring the different ways we can discover truth. Three main areas I want to focus on are the following: 1. Science 2. History 3. Philosophy I may discuss the area of religion/spirituality as well. … Continue reading

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A Trophy-Worthy Assumption

My first four main posts mostly discussed the existence of objective truth. Why focus on this topic so much? My aim with this blog is to establish basic assumptions, and from there build up to other claims to truth. In … Continue reading

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