Unformatted text preview: the knowledge they perceive to be true. However how can anything be ultimately true if everyone does not perceive the same thing? For example what if someone is color blind and another person is not. Then to the color blind person believes that the true knowledge about the color orange is gray while the non color blind person knows their truth, that the color orange is orange. Each person has the knowledge of their own truth but their truths of knowledge that they perceive do not coincide. This makes the idea of perception and true knowledge almost incomprehensible because no two people can perceive the true knowledge of the thing itself that they perceive, unless the knowledge only implies to that one person that is doing the perceiving....
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course HON 216 taught by Professor Bell during the Spring '11 term at Cardinal Stritch.
- Spring '11