Greg Ganssle on Philosophy: Argument and Evidence

Greg Ganssle (Yale University) discusses the role of argument and evidence in deciding what to believe, both in philosophy and more generally. He discusses evidence that falls short of proof, and the fact that that’s the kind of evidence we almost always have. His main example for exploring these issues is evidence concerning the existence of God.

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  1. Jerome Danner January 10, 2015 / 9:42 pm

    I really enjoyed this video. I am still new to philosophy, but videos like this assists me in my desire to grow in knowledge and arguments For the existence of God.

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