5 edition of Readings in the theory of knowledge found in the catalog.
Readings in the theory of knowledge
John V. Canfield
|Statement||[edited by] John V. Canfield [and] Franklin H. Donnell, Jr.|
|Series||The Century philosophy series|
|Contributions||Donnell, Franklin H., joint ed.|
|LC Classifications||BD143 .C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 520 p.|
|Number of Pages||520|
|LC Control Number||64011480|
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Readings in the Theory of Knowledge. by Canfield, John V., and Franklin H. Donnell, Jr. A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.
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Procedural knowledge clearly differs from propositional knowledge. It is possible to know all of the theory behind driving a car (i.e. to have all of the relevant propositional knowledge) without actually knowing how to drive a car (i.e.
without having the procedural knowledge). You may know which pedal is the accelerator and which is the brake. The book consists of three main parts and a conclusion.
Part 1 examines questions about the nature of knowledge. Part 2 focuses on four major ‘knowledge tools’ – language, perception, reason and emotion. Part 3 looks at problems of knowledge that arise in various. : Theory of Knowledge: Classical and Contemporary Readings () by Pojman, Louis P.
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In this online course you will cover the key issues in epistemology while also learning to think for yourself and develop your own answers to the core questions in this area. The theory of knowledge is .His theory of knowledge was also famously "foundationalist" in character: all justified beliefs are either "directly evident" or supported by chains of justified beliefs that ultimately lead to beliefs that are directly evident.
He also defended a controversial theory of volition called "agent causation" much like .