[RC] Science, Religion, and Secularism, Part XXI: Charles Taylor: A Secular Age (Part A)

2018-03-07 Thread Centroids
The article I mentioned earlier. We are defined by what we can and can not question. Science, Religion, and Secularism, Part XXI: Charles Taylor: A Secular Age (Part A) http://partiallyexaminedlife.com/2018/03/06/science-religion-and-secularism-part-xxi-charles-taylor-a-secular-age-part-a/

Re: [RC] Fwd: [FoRK] Science Wars: Is Science a Social Construct?, Women's Studies as Virus

2018-03-07 Thread Billy Rojas
Ernie: "For all their many flaws, I actually am grateful to the social constructivist for reminding us that we never know our own blind spots." For sure, point well taken. However, where I am these days is in full dudgeon against the extremes of subjectivisim. The valid insights of, say,

[RC] PHILOSOPHY [ RC ] Science, Religion, and Secularism, Taylor: A Secular Age (Part A)

2018-03-07 Thread Billy Rojas
Ernie: Pow! Terrific material. This fits in perfectly with a project for myself that I am starting to collect papers on, a project that looks closely at "revelation," "prophecy," and the meaning of "spirituality." First there are current projects to complete, and I don't expect to have