Tag: Epistemic Justification

Discussions and The Burden of Proof

One of the problems with contemporary social media discourse is jumping around and ahead in the conversation, misusing terms, axioms, and similar and not taking the time to actually have a discussion and understand what the other person is saying. We are too quick to judge people based on the group we think they belong to and forget to appreciate the nuance between positions. A Christian is judged by how we judge all Christians based on previous experiences with Christians.......

BoPping to The Evidence – SciPhi

Evidence and The Burden of Proof Evidence and the Burden of Proof are commonly talked about in discussions… Unfortunately, many people misunderstand these things so we hope to clear things up! In this stream, we cover: What is Evidence Claims of “not evidence” What is the Burden of Proof? Other Terms for the Burden of Proof. What the burden of proof applies to and when. Articles mentioned in the Stream: IEP: https://iep.utm.edu/epi-just/ James Cargile – On The Burden Of Proof:......