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What is the Difference between Philosophical and Scientific Questioning?

Monday 30th April / presented by Jane Hebiton

Our world is increasingly shaped by modern scientific knowledge with every aspect of our lives turned into data and predicted and managed via scientific reasoning and method.

But can we only know the world through maths, stats and algorithms?

Is our lived experience better captured by experimentation, falsification, and verification?

Kyle Gleadall and Anita Williams of the Perth Philosophy Circle discuss ahead of the Pub Philosophy event at The Moon Cafe tonight

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