Biophysics Engineering Genomics Intelligent Design Naturalism Video

Gambler’s Epistemology

Spread the love

In this next installment from the Alternatives to Methodological Naturalism (AM-Nat) conference, Salvador Cordova gives us his perspective on epistemology, which he calls “Gambler’s Epistemology,” which intends to be a metaphysically neutral way of analyzing claims based on their costs and payoff possibilities.

Cordova shows that naturalism does not have a history of high payoffs, and that the ENCODE and similar projects by the NIH are good gambling bets but have caused consternation for those metaphysically committed to naturalism, which has historically been shown to be impractical.

One Reply to “Gambler’s Epistemology

  1. 1
    bornagain77 says:

    Off Topic:

    She died of Pneumonia (Heaven True Story) – Yvonne Sklar

Leave a Reply