Category Archives: Philosophy

Theory of Knowledge

How do you know if Person knows Something? Here are indications: (For logicians, following are sufficient and necessary.) 1. Person believes in Something. 2. P has justification for belief. 3. Something is true. 4. Belief and truth are not accidental. Have fun thinking about this!

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Toss a coin

Q: “If you toss a coin a thousand times, how often will it come up heads?” A: “About fifty percent of the time.” If you consider this as “truth”, check http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1697475. Real problem is how to evaluate actual situations (force, friction, airflow, weight etc) and calculate, without error, using scientific rules to find out if […]

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Q & A

Q: When you make a decision, what matters? A: Context (State/Conditions of environment, involved system(s) and decision-maker) Q: If you do not really do addition operation, does 1+1 still becomes 2? A: It is irrelevant. (Does 1+1=2 imply any timeline?) Q: If god made world, who made god? A: World 😉 Q: If you do […]

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