Now that my Epistemology course for Summer 2020 session B is complete and I’ve met the deadline for my term paper submission, my mind is still quite on the topic of that paper, which I saved for last. It’s too bad I had to rush through it. A quick read through now is showing typos, …. Read More
EP330JamesCarvin Common Sense Externalism versus Pamalogy Inference to the Best Explanation in the Light of a Better Possible Explanation By James Carvin Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Epistemology 330 Dr. Jefferey Watson Arizona State University August 11, 2020 Abstract James Carvin reviews a doctoral dissertation by Kevin McCain for the University of …. Read More
Pamalogy 101 – Introduction to Pamalogy: Introduction and Syllabus. Defines Perfection as that which includes all conceivable and inconceivable, all possible and impossible good things and excludes anything bad. Summarizes the five parts of the course. Explains how you can get your own Pamalogy Thinking Cap and become and Authorized Pamalogy Specialist.
Pamalogy 101 – Introduction to Pamalogy. Part One, Lesson Three – A Case for Perfection. James Carvin provides a compelling case for the reality of Perfection based on the moral obligation of all-possibility. This lengthier than most lesson is pivotal for the understanding of Pamalogy. The student is encouraged to watch it repeatedly. Two terms …. Read More
Pamalogy 101 Part Three, Lesson Two – Karma versus Pamalogy Pamalogy asks whether karma is a good thing to determine if it is real. If it is good, then it is part of Perfection. Can its absence also be a good thing? If its absence is good, then its absence is also a part of …. Read More
Pamalogy 101 Part Three, Lesson Three – The Moksha of Pamalogy What is divine unity? What is the soul? Is there one Perceiver, or are there many? James Carvin counts perceivers as among good things contributing to the one Perfection. There is one perceiving Perfection. There are many perceivers which belong to the whole of …. Read More