A YouTube Introduction to Street Epistemology May 29, 2015

A YouTube Introduction to Street Epistemology

I’ve posted a number of videos by Anthony Magnabosco on this site, in which he speaks to strangers about their religious beliefs for just few minutes and then deconstructs the whole conversation afterwards.

Now, Socrates Jones has offered a lengthier introduction to how you can do this sort of “street epistemology” yourself:

The first half is a bit dry for my tastes, but it is a pretty good introduction to the subject.

The impetus for this series on street epistemology comes from Peter Boghossian‘s book.

If any parts of the video stand out, please leave the timestamps/summaries in the comments!

(Thanks to Tim for the link)

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