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And considered that since nothing can be proved not

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And considered that since nothing can be proved not to be then nothing can be proved to be He later came to the conclusion that regardless of anything, he existed The issue was that the required certainty others require reasonable ground for believing Then he kinda flaked off and said that things he perceived clearly and distinctly were true Other knowledge is obtained through intuition of mind(not just S.E). Like Ice that melts, the ice is not gone it has changed forms even though our mind would say that it's gone. Class 9.18.18 - Premises. Either or are a premis by them self. The actual eithers, converge together to support the conclusion Propositional- is knowing that something is , does not involve know how it operates Needs a claim of truth. Advances ideas, statements can be one or more things Regression- then sceptic if there is infinite supporting claims there is no ground so there is no knowledge Non influential- something experienced 1st e9.17.18 reading 6.1 - epistemology- stem- where does knowledge stem from. Knowledge sters us away from error, sn must exists, because socially accepted concepts of improvement exist. Knowing what something feels or does Knowing how somthing does Know that - proosentional, either true or false main focus of philosophy
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Propositional - must beive it, must be true, must have reasons for thinking it is both. That is what knowledge is. Skepticism- disbelief in the presense or sourse of knowledge. Even when experiences are not always in error it is hard to evaluate because that involves making a judgement of value about the source of the information. Relativism Cognitive- truth is subjuect to the person or culture Subjective- to the person Cultural- to the person Completely unsound This frees the requirement the object truth must link to the object world. Objective reasoning- A priori- a peice of knowledge possesed priorto experience A posteriori- knowledge possesed post of an experience. These rely on our senses Rationalization- the only truth is those deived form the prioris of the world spread out to suport some truth. Some truths and be used to make up every trutblh Empirical- knowledge is gain through experience. Mind is empty until expirences fill it The issue is the question of mental conections of expirences Experience are of value because from them we get a sense of data our minds impose the order Subjective realsims. That things unpresived dont exist so there must only be minds and ideas 9.17.18.- video Epistemic regress probably- every reason for a justified belief can be questioned for a reason. So the question then is what is the heart of our belief. Three ideas.
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1) Comes to an end - foundationalism. The justified beliefs are those that end at a belief that needs no farther reason to believe. I believe it because i saw it. Why i saw it is irrelevant.
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  • Fall '16
  • Clark Hutton
  • Logic

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