035 – Plato’s Epistemology and Religion

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: When it comes to knowledge, some people say “you can feel it in your bones!” But what about in your soul? Find out why Plato’s theory of forms entails a theory of innate, a priori knowledge in this episode on Platonic epistemology. Additionally, we’ll consider candidates for Plato’s God, and their significance to later Western religion.

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  1. AAA

    No download link? I’m not going to sit by my computer listening to these…

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    1. Will Webb (Post author)

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