simplistically, it is related to, experience, sense perceptions and evidence, proof, part of the philosophy of science.
empiricism is a theory of knowledge that arises from sense of experience.
Its the same as white paint mixed with the Black paint...
by Alexander A. Villarasa 5 years ago
Scientists of all stripes, but most specifically physicists (astrophysicists, theoretical physycists, and the ocassional metaphysicists) have posited that based on the perplexities and complexities of quantum mechanics, the possibility of not just one, but multiple universes...
by Twenty One Days 7 years ago
As a lifer of Applied Philosophy, I rarely have the pleasure of engaging real philosophers here on HP. You know, critical thinkers or better stated critique. Being a child of military intel (thanks dad) and also from every knowledge base I have scoured or pillaged, the definition of critical...
by augustine72 7 years ago
I had posted a thread "define atheism". I want to move forward. Since atheism has been defined as "lack of belief in God" what are your reasons for taking that position? In other words what are the reasons for lack of belief in God? Many has said it is "lack of...
by Elizabeth 3 years ago
How can the Bible be considered proofI would say that 8 out of ten times when discussing proof of god with a theist, they quote the Bible. In my perspective, the Bible is the collection of claims about the christian god, not the evidence for it - and all claims require...
by Alexander A. Villarasa 18 months ago
The above question I see a lot being asked by materialists when the discussion turns to topics about the spiritual and supernatural. They off-handedly deny the existence of the spiritual and supernatural/transcendental world because they have "found no evidence of them" ...
by Richard VanIngram 9 years ago
The short answer is, "Yes."Should he or she, though?My answer , after my own search, long, difficult, very individualistic is again, "Yes." Can I understand why some or many rational individuals would have difficulty with the very notion of believing in any God? Again,...
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