Knowledge and Bias: A First Response to Tom Clark

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Tom Clark and Naturalism Several weeks ago Tom Clark commented here on a blog entry about dualism. Clark is the director of the Center for Naturalism and is (I believe) also responsible for a related website, Naturalism.org. He speaks nationally on naturalism and has authored […]

Knowledge and Error: Second Response to Tom Clark

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Tom Clark and Naturalism Yesterday I made my first response to Tom Clark’s naturalistic epistemology, pointing to self-contradictions I believe it contains. I use the term “naturalistic epistemology” intentionally, for it seems to me his approach to knowledge is very strongly biased toward naturalistic conclusions. […]

Knowledge and Evidence: Third Response to Tom Clark

This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Tom Clark and Naturalism In this third look at Tom Clark’s paper, Reality and Its Rivals: Putting Epistemology First, I have just one topic to address: Most thoughtful religionists, paranormalists, New Agers, or adherents of other non-science based worldviews feel, at least to some extent, […]