Metaphysics: Ship of TheseusMetaphysics: Problem of Free WillMetaphysics: The Grandfather ParadoxMetaphysics: Sizes of Infinity, Part 1 (Hilbert's Hotel)Metaphysics: Sizes of Infinity, Part 2 (Getting Real)Metaphysics: Emergence
Language: Meaning and LanguageLanguage: Gricean PragmaticsLanguage: Conditionals, Part 1Language: Conventional ImplicatureLanguage: Conditionals, Part 2Language: Conditionals, Part 3Language: Conditionals, Part 4
Theory of Knowledge: Introduction to Theory of KnowledgeTheory of Knowledge: The Problem of SkepticismTheory of Knowledge: Three Responses to SkepticismTheory of Knowledge: New Responses to SkepticismTheory of Knowledge: Analyzing Knowledge #1 (The Gettier Problem)Theory of Knowledge: Analyzing Knowledge #2 (No-False-Lemma and No-Defeater Approaches)Theory of Knowledge: Analyzing Knowledge #3 (Causal and Reliabilist Theories)Theory of Knowledge: Analyzing Knowledge #4 (Tracking Theories)Theory of Knowledge: 'Knowledge First' EpistemologyTheory of Knowledge: Virtue EpistemologyTheory of Knowledge: ContextualismTheory of Knowledge: Intuition
Epistemology: Argument and EvidenceEpistemology: Science, Can It Teach Us Everything?Epistemology: The Will to BelieveEpistemology: Reason and FaithEpistemology: Sleeping BeautyEpistemology: RationalityEpistemology: Paradoxes of Perception #1 (Argument from Illusion)Epistemology: Paradoxes of Perception #2 (Argument from Hallucination)Epistemology: The Paradox of the RavensEpistemology: The Puzzle of GrueEpistemology: The Preface ParadoxEpistemology: The Value of KnowledgeEpistemology: Virtue EpistemologyEpistemology: The Epistemic Regress Problem
Religion: Cosmological Argument, Part 1Religion: Cosmological Argument, Part 2Religion: Classical Theism, Part 1 (Two Conceptions of God)Religion: Classical Theism, Part 2 (In Favor of Classical Theism)Religion: Classical Theism, Part 3 (God's Omnipotence)Religion: Classical Theism, Part 4 (God's Omniscience)Religion: Classical Theism, Part 5 (God’s Goodness and Justice)Religion: Classical Theism, Part 6 (Evil and Goodness in the World)Religion: Classical Theism, Part 7 (Atheistic Arguments from Evil)Religion: Pascal's Wager
Bertrand's ParadoxWhat is Chance?The Monty Hall Problem
About this unit
Metaphysics is an area of philosophy concerned with what there is in the universe (ontology) and the nature of what exists. Epistemology is a related area interested in knowledge and how we know things about the universe.