The Canadian Philosophy Show 2
The Gettier problem
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Uploaded: 27 Oct, 2020
Recording Date: 25 Oct, 2020
Recording Location: Nanaimo, BC
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Program Title: The Canadian Philosophy Show 2
Description: Tagen Marshall, Saumi, Jouska, and Michael Robert Caditz discuss the Gettier problem. Are the three traditional criteria for knowledge--viz., justified, true belief--sufficient to claim knowledge? Gettier claimed not.
Inevitably, in assessing Gettier's claim, we cannot avoid basic issues in epistemology, e.g., the criteria for justification and the ever-relevant question, "What is truth?"
The bumper music is: (Artist)Origen; (Title) Solveig's Song
Host(s): Michael Robert Caditz
Featured Speakers/Guests: Tagen Marshall, Saumi, Jouska, and Michael Robert Caditz
Spirituality and ReligionType: Commentary
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