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"Thomas Reid and His Common Sense Philosophy" -- (Part One)

Here's the audio from the Academy lecture on Thomas Reid (the first in a two part series).

I cover Reid's life and history, the role of first principles and his understanding of "common sense," and also the differences between Reid, Hume, and Kant, and Reid's critique of what he identifies as the "ideal theory."

I also discuss how Reid's "realism" undergirds the Old Princeton evidential apologetic, and how Kant's views on perception have influenced Kuyper and Van Til.

The Common Sense Philosophy of Thomas Reid -- Part One

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