Method to Science, Lessons 2 and 3

I have posted the two most recent lessons from Sergeant's Method to Science. First, some editing notes, and then some philosophical insights from Lessons II and III worth mentioning. Editing notes. I have changed some conventions a little bit. First off, I am including both Sergeant's marginal notes and mine in-text with a set-bracket, e.g. … Continue reading Method to Science, Lessons 2 and 3


I am a PhD student at the University of Buffalo working on the Problem of Universals. My focus is on the Early Modern period. This functions as a window into many other philosophical problems, including those of interest to a broader academic community, such as those found in applied ethics (e.g., biomedical ethics or professional … Continue reading Welcome!