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Street Epistemology (SE) is the application of epistemology (the study of knowledge) outside of formal academic contexts. This group is for members who want to share experiences with helping others challenge the way they've formed their beliefs.

Street Epistemology (SE) is the application of epistemology (the study of knowledge) outside of formal academic contexts. This group is for members who want to share experiences with helping others challenge the way they've formed their beliefs.

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Sep 5, 2020Sep 2020

Posted by NathanFerguson
I have a Street Epistemology youtube channel. I hope it helps people to learn the method. We could use more empathic, active listeners in this world.
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Street Epistemology Fans
Apr 14, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by CommunityTom
Discussing Atheists for Liberty's Public Debut at CPAC 2020 | Street Epistemology "Let's Chat"
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Street Epistemology Fans
Apr 9, 2020Apr 2020

Posted by CommunityTom
I spoke with Street Epistemology about Atheists for Liberty's presence at CPAC2020.
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Street Epistemology Fans
Jan 3, 2019Jan 2019

Posted by phxbillcee
Street Epistemology Q&A: What Does a 'Success' in SE Look Like? - Anthony Magnabosco
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Street Epistemology Fans
May 6, 2018May 2018

Posted by Rossy92
I sense that many are needing more clarity on what Street Epistemology is, like I did. The definition given at the top of the page is only 1 of 4 given at the link provided at the top of the page. The other three I find to be more clarifying, so I ...
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Street Epistemology Fans
May 4, 2018May 2018

Posted by andygee
Interesting. When I was a wee lad, I was taught that epistemology was the study of how we know things to be "true." Is there a difference between this definition and the definition in the initial group post? IIRC the original field involved close ...
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Street Epistemology Fans
May 3, 2018May 2018

Posted by EdEarl
Do we communicate telepathically? I'd think this group would be a bit more loquacious. I don't know epistemology, so I can learn something here. Is knowledge of the other sex, e.g., men understanding women, an issue for epistemology?
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