Doubt, Truth and the Virtue of Good Judgment
“Doubt is the killer of dreams, doubt is the killer of me”.
One thing seems pretty true – doubt in our abilities, our judgment, our tastes, and our sense of what’s going on is corrosive. Like acid burning through tissue paper, it can tear through everything we think we know and believe, undermining us and stopping us from doing what we want to do or being who we want to be. In this article, I’m going to introduce you to a truly effective way of putting your doubts to bed so you can begin to trust in our own judgement. What am I going to introduce you to? Epistemology1 – the philosophy of knowledge. Continue reading “What can philosophy teach us about trusting our judgment?”