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Subject Philosophy » Epistemology

DOI: 10.1111/b.9780631192589.1993.00018.x


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paradox paradox of the knower paradoxes of analysis paranormal knowledge Peirce, Charles S. (1839–1914) perceptual knowledge perspectivism phenomenalism phenomenology philosophical knowledge Plato (c.429–347 bc) Popper, Karl (1902-) positivism pragmatism preface paradox presence presocratic epistemology prima facie reasons primary and secondary qualities principle of charity principle of contradiction principle of credulity principle of identity private language argument probability, theories of problem of the criterion problem of the external world problem of induction problem of other minds problem of rule-following problems of induction projection, projectibility proof propositional knowledge protocol sentences psychologism psychology and epistemology Putnam, Hilary (1926-) Pyrrhonism ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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