Subjectivity in Philosophy
Considering subjectivity in philosophy seems intuitive. It only seems fair to consider how different environments and circumstances affect others, but is it always constructive for society? When we take post-modernism to its logical conclusion, or find aspects of it scientifically with our senses, does society fall apart? Do we lose what makes us great? Do we continue to progress and innovate? How much does the fabric of society rely on the assumption that we can trust what we see to be true?
Many questions, and few answers, in this episode. This is an experiment for the podcast, where it is more conversational, with less hard information. Feel free to publicly disagree and add to the conversation however you see fit. Thank you for listening and supporting the show.
Just Think is a podcast dedicated to exploring various topics related to philosophy, psychology, biology, technology, spirituality, etc. This podcast looks for the facts, and where no facts are found, it dives deep into the logic of arguments to find the strengths and weaknesses of an argument.