Fun with Philosophy: Skeptical Idealism

What is philosophical idealism? From Plato to Bishop Berkeley to Felix Adler to Arthur Eddington, versions of idealism have advocated for the existence of substantial non-material reality. Idealists have proposed such things as eternal and perfect “Forms,” “ethical manifolds,” and “mind-stuff.” From a skeptical perspective, however, is there any room for non-material reality? BES Leader Hugh Taft-Morales tries to bring this esoteric topic down to earth. Come have some fun with philosophy and check your ego at the door!

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