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Descartes, Scepticism, and You

Introduction There will, of course, be many contemporary sceptics and atheist who read the title and simply groan.  Dismissing the article before reading it because of some misinformed idea about Cartesian scepticism, or some excuse that they do not need to read up on scepticism because they are ‘freethinking truth-seeking sceptics’ already.  To some extent, the former cannot be blamed, for Cartesian scepticism has been the go-to of most presuppositionalists for a long time.  If that is the contemporary sceptics......

Fresh AiR – S01:E04 – Scepticism

Tonight we introduce one of the founders of AiR, Kriss, as a regular Co-Host to Fresh AiR. We delve into scepticism, to find out what it really is. We look in to the key behaviors of a sceptic and when we have failed as sceptics ourselves. Contents of Scepticism A brief history of AiR. What is Scepticism? Types of Reasoning. Key behaviours of a sceptic. Specific forms of scepticism. Human Reason and Other Sources. Are most sceptics still sceptics? Useful......