Throughout the course of the day we ask ourselves a lot of questions; what should I have for breakfast? Should I run to the store before picking up my kids or after? Should I read my book before bed or watch a TV show? We rarely take the time to contemplate larger, more philosophical questions that probe our very existence.
On this Central Standard, we look at skepticism and how we view the world around us. Dr. Susanna Rinard, a professor of philosophy at UMKC, joins us to talk about these questions and how we know if we are even real.