Philosophy Core Concepts: The Rational Creature’s Love of…

Philosophy Core Concepts: The Rational Creature’s Love of the Divine in the Monologion 

This video focuses on Anselm of Canterbury’s work, the Monologion, and discusses Anselm’s arguments why the rational creature ought to love the divine substance, and what the implications of this love would be.

By: Gregory B. Sadler.
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Philosophy Core Concepts: The Rational Creature’s Love of…

Who cares about the history of science? The 2015…

Who cares about the history of science? 

The 2015 Wilkins-Bernal-Medawar Lecture was this year presented by Professor Hasok Chang, Hans Rausing professor of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge.

He looks at how we can learn from the radically different ways in which scientists have made sense of the universe over the ages.

By: The Royal Society.

Who cares about the history of science? The 2015…

Philosophy Core Concepts: The Human Mind as Mirror of the Divine…

Philosophy Core Concepts: The Human Mind as Mirror of the Divine in the Monologion 

This video focuses on Anselm of Canterbury’s work, the Monologion, and discusses Anselm’s argument that the human mind can provide a mirror or image of the divine, in particular because it remembers itself, understands itself, and loves itself.

By: Gregory B. Sadler.
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Philosophy Core Concepts: Anselm on Grasping The Divine Through…

Philosophy Core Concepts: Anselm on Grasping The Divine Through Images in the Monologion 

This video focuses on Anselm of Canterbury’s work, the Monologion, and discusses Anselm’s philosophical exposition of the Trinity, in particular his discussion of how we can know and say anything meaningful about the ineffable divine substance, namely through the use of images.

By: Gregory B. Sadler.
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Indiana Jones & Pascal’s Wager: Crash Course…

Indiana Jones & Pascal’s Wager: Crash Course Philosophy #15 

Today we conclude our unit on Philosophy of Religion and Hank gets a little help from Indiana Jones to explain religious pragmatism and Pascal’s Wager, fideism, and Kierkegaard’s leap to faith.

By: Crash Course.
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Half Hour Hegel: Phenomenology of Spirit (Reason, Observation of…

Half Hour Hegel: Phenomenology of Spirit (Reason, Observation of Nature sec. 285-286) 

In this 114th video in the new series on G.W.F. Hegel’s great early work, the Phenomenology of Spirit, we continue our study of a new major section of the work, “Reason,” discussing the sub-section, “Observing Reason”. I read and comment on paragraphs 285 and 286 of the text here.

By: Gregory B. Sadler.
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Half Hour Hegel: Phenomenology of Spirit (Reason, Observation of…