Podcast Fallacies Dr. Alexis Erich S. Almocera What is an argument? It is basically a series of statements that comprises the premises that you would have to assume, and a conclusion which you would have to evaluate as true or false. The argument becomes valid when the conclusion logically follows from the premises. [...]
Podcast Nucleosynthesis: Formation of the Elements Prof. Ramon Carlo L. Cruzpero Most of us are fond of watching fireworks display. During festivals like our very own Lantern Parade, we usually anticipate for a spectacular fireworks display to cap off the events. When you are in the company of science people, my usual kind of [...]
Podcast Sex, Sexuality, Gender Relations Prof. Mary Barby P. Badayos-Jover Terms such as sex, gender or sexuality have been thrown around frequently in current societies. When filling out forms required by your school and other offices, for example, what information is usually asked apart from your name and date of birth? As with [...]
Podcast Logic: The Art of Reasoning Mathematics, Culture and Society Dr. Alexis Erich S. Almocera Good day everyone! I would like to begin with a few historically inaccurate quotes. "The actual building of roads devoted to motor cars will not occur in the future." In 2019, we have roads for motorcades, motorcycles [...]
Podcast Identity Construction Asst. Prof. Jude Vincent Parcon Hello! Let me ask you these questions: Do you really know who you are? How did you manage to come up with the idea as to who you are? Where did you get these notions or ideas? Does your identity change or it doesn't change at [...]
Podcast Numerations Systems Dr. Carlene Arceo UP Diliman I am Carlene Arceo from the Institute of Mathematics of the University of the Philippines Diliman. Today, I would like to share with you what I know about numeration systems. What are numeration systems? A numeration system, or numeral system, is a set of [...]
Podcast Teaching Philippine Literature in English Dr. Gemino Abad In this talk, I used the word poet as a figure for the writer as literary artist and the word poem or poetry as the generic term for all literary works. I also distinguish between communication and expression. In communication, one conveys what one thinks [...]
Podcast A Poetics of the Literary Work: In Sum Dr. Gemino Abad This talk has to do with a poetics of the literary work. First of all, I would like to say, mind and imagination are one. Without imagination there is no thinking nor intuition beyond concept. “Concepts without intuition are empty,” [...]
Podcast The Language of Art Dr. Roberto Paulino Hello! Welcome to this video on The Language of Art. Like other fields of study, the arts have their own specialized vocabulary. The artists’ distinctive use of the vocabulary of formal elements, materials and techniques, composition—together with the various contexts of the production of art—contribute [...]
Podcast Mathematical Modeling: Seeing the World through Mathematical Lenses Dr. Jose Maria Balmaceda When a typhoon approaches the country, weather forecasters are able to make predictions about the typhoon’s path. These predictions rely on a process called mathematical modeling. Today, I want to talk to you about this method and how it has become [...]
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