Common sense is a relative concept. But not for common sense philosophers. They believe that it is almost impossible to part with him. How to lose and regain common sense — find out in this podcast.
Guest — Vadim Vasilyev, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, PhD, Faculty of Philosophy of Moscow State University, Center for Consciousness Studies
Moderator — Anton Kuznetsov, Ph.D., research associate at the Center for Consciousness Studies at the Faculty of Philosophy of Moscow State University
01:38 - Why are we moving away from common sense and why protect it?
03:38 - The Scottish School of Common Sense
06:35 - Is common sense relative and changeable?
08:05 - How to distinguish philosophical propositions of common sense
15:39 - Three approaches to common sense
17:18 - Examples of common sense provisions
20:10 - Why are there few of them?
21:12 - The philosophy of common sense is a step back
24:12 - How to get "rich" conclusions from "poor" principles
28:55 - Clarification of the intuition of freedom from the provisions of common sense
30:54 - Why there is no agreement on the particular provisions of common sense
33:16 - When is it necessary to depart from him?
38:10 - Common sense from Aristotle to us
40:33 - The fate of common sense and dystopia
43:00 - Summary
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