Monthly Archives: February 2016


February 2016

The Problem of Induction


  Can We Acquire Knowledge? Clemens Lode, Apr 2015* In his Critique of Pure Reason1, Kant wished to argue against the empiricism of David Hume. He claimed that induction in relation to causality could not be a means of learning anything about nature since the justification of the validity of induction would in turn require [...]

Rethinking Gender Roles


How the MBTI Can Overlook Our True Nature Clemens Lode, July 2014* Widely recognized as a useful tool in understanding who we are and how we can best work with others, the MBTI, or Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator, categorizes people as: Introverts or Extroverts, Thinkers or Feelers, Sensors or Intuitives, and Judgers or Perceivers. But does [...]