These days it is widely held that achieving certainty with respect to our conclusions is impossible. This is not surprising considering the predominant cultural context of philosophical assumptions. On the premise of rejecting reality as an objective absolute, knowable to the mind by the epistemology of reason, … [Read more...] about How can I be certain, of anything?
When I was a child there was a TV quiz show in which contestants examined a really zoomed in close-up of one tiny part of a larger object. They had to guess what the larger object was while the camera slowly zoomed out. As more of the picture was revealed it became easier to identify precisely what was being observed … [Read more...] about There is no such thing as knowledge out of context