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This is the fourth part of my analysis of Peter Boghossian’s book. For previous parts see here. After giving the potential Street Epistemologists (SE) some really misleading information about Christianity in chapters 1 and 2, he now proposes to give his students a potted history of epistemology (not a bad idea given that these people are going to be referring to themselves as ‘epistemologists’!). 3,675 more words
Daring to publicly disagree with one professional philosopher is enough to make your hands sweaty but two at once!
I had seen many fellow Christians recommending Plantinga’s recent interview with Gary Gutting as a masterclass in arguing that atheism is irrational for several days now but I knew it would be worth waiting for at least one review by an atheist philosopher before commenting. 3,823 more words
Between my last Boghossian post and this one it appears Peter might have seen my blog and some of my series so far. I was hopeful this might lead to a minor exchange (after all I’m yet to have ‘Street Epistemology’ tried out on me as yet and who better than the master?). 1,083 more words