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Analytic philosophy: the shit, or just shit?(r/philosophy)
I’m sure you’re trying to troll here, but let me take your question seriously.
Here’s a selection for your convenience:
- The debate over multilevel selection theory comes down to a common conflation of two different definitions of the term which can be quite well-clarified by judicious use of the Price equation.
- It is not sufficient for a proposition to be known that it be (i) justified, (ii) true, and (iii) believed by an agent.
- Naive versions of divine command theory fail outright. That one goes back to Plato.
- For a large number of instances, spacetime substantivalism leads to very strange conclusions.
- For more, you could try this entire book.