What We Can Learn from Street Epistemology

Anthony Magnabosco is a “street epistemologist” who enjoys chatting with strangers to get to the bottom of how they think. He probes their methods and asks them to explain how they decide what’s true. Since many religious people were raised with their beliefs, and they didn’t come to them through logic and reason, it makes for a very interesting discussion.

He recently spoke to the Chicago Atheist Society about what he’s learned over the years.


I haven’t had a chance to watch the full video (though I appreciate the shout-out here), so if any moments stand out to you, leave the timestamp/summary in the comments!

(Portions of this article were published earlier)

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