Date: May 15, 2018
“This lecture took place on April 2017 at the Birmingham Temple, Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Honing our philosophical skills is important. We need them for building a coherent, evidence-based worldview to guide and center us, and that we can allow to change as we learn or realize new things. What skills do we need? How can we develop them? What should we do with them? Dr. Carrier outlines the basics with entertaining examples.
Richard Carrier, Ph.D., is an historian, atheist activist, author, public speaker, and blogger, and the author of “Sense and Goodness without God.” Dr. Carrier’s presentation is made possible by the generous co-sponsorship of Michigan Atheists and the Humanists of Southeast Michigan.
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