The boys from Monty Python do it again. In philosophy, an argument isn’t just contradiction, it’s “a connected series of statements intended to establish a proposition”. The series of statements are called premises and the proposition they aim to support is the conclusion. If an argument is valid (a good argument), then the truth of […]Read more "Monty Python’s Argument clinic"
There’s not much philosophical humour out there but the best of it comes from Monty Python. Socrates, when he’s not drinking hemlock, is a great header of the ball.Read more "Philosophy football"