Monthly Archives: January 2015

Kant’s Categories

In conversation recently, someone suggested that Kant’s categories of understanding could be described as algorithms that organize sense data. An algorithm, the someone said, is defined as “a procedure for solving a mathematical problem in a finite number of steps … Continue reading

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Atheists at Work

Atheism, Conversion, and Class is an interesting article, but look at the angry user comments. The atheists are once again falling over each other trying to make the most snide and condescending comment about people different from them. Amazing how … Continue reading

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