What do “epistemics” and “ethics” entail and how are these topics related?

Epistemic thinking refers to a cognitive and metacognitive process by which we reason about ‘knowledge’ and how we think about knowledge as a probability. Here, we aim to discuss the nature of ‘knowledge’ insofar as it connects with our ethics (in other words, how our precepts of the character of “knowledge” affect how we interact in the world).

Uncertainty | Understanding Your Explanatory Model As A Probability

“Unknowing” as Opportunity Potential As people, perhaps we react with fear when we identify the experience of another as so “radically” different from our own experiences because it ultimately makes us look inward and forces us to question the validity and relevance of our own ways of existing in the world. That can be a … Read more

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