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The Retrieving Reason Podcast has a new hosting site and may be found on most Podcast Platforms such as Spotify and Apple Podcasts. You may also find the Retrieving Reason Podcast on YouTube.
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Retrieving Reason Episode 4: Common Ground
Kelly Fitzsimmons Burton discusses common ground, the methodological starting point for thought and discourse in Episode 4 of Retrieving Reason. Common ground includes reason, integrity, the Principle of Clarity, and Rational Presuppositionalism. She anticipates the next episode in which she will discuss the definition of knowledge.
You may also find this podcast on Kelly's YouTube channel.
Retrieving Reason Episode 3: Protoepistemology
Kelly Fitzsimmons Burton continues the Retrieving Reason Podcast with Episode 3: Protoepistemology. This is a ground-clearing exercise in preparation for good thinking.
You may find a video recording of this podcast on Kelly's YouTube channel.
Retrieving Reason Episode 2: Foundation and Logos
Kelly Fitzsimmons Burton discusses Philosophy and Epistemology in relation to foundation and logos in Episode 2 of Retrieving Reason Podcast.
Retrieving Reason Episode I: Introduction
Retrieving Reason Podcast is a new series of podcast recordings by Kelly Fitzsimmons Burton. In this episode, she introduces the larger project to a live audience at Arizona State University. New episodes will be uploaded weekly here and on Kelly's YouTube channel.
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"'Whitewashed Tombs"/ Jesus' Blackness: White Evangelicals and the Problem of Nationalism"
November 22, 2019
PVCC Public Philosophy Fall 2019 Lecture Series
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