Rationalism - contingent truth II. List the two main...

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Rationalism: Strengths and Challenges Rationalism is the epistemic theory that maintains that knowledge is derived from reason. I. Define the following terms: 1. a priori justification -- 2. a posteriori justification – 3. necessary truth 4.
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Unformatted text preview: contingent truth II. List the two main arguments in support of rationalism : III. Define the following: 1. Analytic Truth 2. Synthetic Truth How are these two types of truth used by the logical positivists to challenge rationalism?...
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