knowledge - conclusion as to where knowledge develops This...

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John Hild Socrates believes that knowledge must be derived from correct judgment along with knowledge of differentness, or an account. This theory does not convince me of where knowledge is obtained because an account is only someone’s opinion of something its not actual fact. In the end Socrates agrees with this, and he seems to leave no real
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Unformatted text preview: conclusion as to where knowledge develops. This was a bit confusing, but in my opinion knowledge is true judgment and a proposal. This makes more sense for me because once the proposal has been put forth it’s easy for people to begin debating and discussing the subject making the final result as piece of knowledge....
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