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eBook To Know or Not to Know: Beyond Realism and Anti-Realism (Synthese Library) epub
  • ISBN: 0792329090
  • Author: Jan J.T. Srzednicki
  • Genre: Reference
  • Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 1995 edition (December 31, 1994)
  • Pages: 224 pages
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THE GENERAL PROBLEM OF EPISTEMOLOGY There is a philosophical issue that surely precedes all other possible questions. It concerns the very possibility of our thinking about some thing to some purpose.

THE GENERAL PROBLEM OF EPISTEMOLOGY There is a philosophical issue that surely precedes all other possible questions. But it is not immediately clear that we are assured that what purports to be effective thought, and cognition is such in reality. What guarantee is there for instance that when one is under the impression that one is thinking that "the cat is on the mat" it is in fact the case that one is thinking this? One could not.

Realism and Anti-Realism - Ebook scritto da Jan .

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Analytical Table of Contents. Glossary of Basic Terms. I. Paradigmatic Base. II. Fact vs. Hypothesis. III. Sources of Knowledge

Analytical Table of Contents. Sources of Knowledge. IV. Preconditions of Knowledge 1. V. Preconditions of Knowledge 2. VI. Preconditions of Knowledge 3. VII. Ontological Commitment. The Normative Constraint. Conclusion: A Picture of the Theory.

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beyond realism and anti-realism. by Jan T. J. Srzednicki. Synthese library ;, v. 244. Published 1995 by Kluwer Academic in Dordrecht, Boston. Knowledge, Theory of, Theory of Knowledge.

JAN SRZEDNICKI University of Melbourne. SPRINGER-SCIENCE+BUSINESS MEDIA, . p. em. - tSynthese l ibrary ; v. 24. Includes bibliographical references (p. xxx - xxxl and index. ISBN 978-90-481-4418-1 ISBN 978-94-017-3542-1 (eBook) - - DOI 1. 1 1. Knowledge, Theory of.

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Srzednicki, Jan T. . Synthese library v. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-210) and index. Publication, Distribution, et. Dordrecht ; Boston Synthese library v. by Le Procès des Guadeloupéens : 18 patriotes devant la Cour de sûreté de l'Etat français, 19 février-1er mars 1968.

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l. THE GENERAL PROBLEM OF EPISTEMOLOGY There is a philosophical issue that surely precedes all other possible questions. It concerns the very possibility of our thinking about some­ thing to some purpose. Short of this no philosophy, theory or research would be possible. But it is not immediately clear that we are assured that what purports to be effective thought, and cognition is such in reality. What guarantee is there for instance that when one is under the impression that one is thinking that "the cat is on the mat" it is in fact the case that one is thinking this? One could not be thinking at all, only having a misleading mystic experience. And then even if one was thinking, one might not be really thinking of the cat being on the mat, but only that one wishes there was a cat, and wonders whether if there was it would be on the mat, and yet the subjective impression was that one was thinking: "The cat is on the mat" (the same picture might stand for both the thoughts mentioned). Then one might in some way try to think 'the cat is on the mat. ' yet be mistaken in that there aren't any material objects at all, and all one does is to inventory god's perceptions. And so on, and so on! These are of course the kind of problem that the layman habitually views with disdainful alarm.
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