Plato and Aristotle Epistemology
.... Aristotle, in contrast, argued there are a series of realities. At each level, the individual gets closer to the relationships that reveal true knowledge
.... For Plato, true knowledge
was innate knowledge
, a knowledge
which consisted of the recollection of eternal truths and thus the only knowledge
worth having and ....
)Plato, Aristotle, and Machiavelli
.... is the ultimate civic virtue and how one goes about achieving it is eventually folded into the search for the ultimate good: the search for true knowledge
)Plato, Aristotle, and Knowledge
.... It is only the intelligible realm that "produces and controls truth and intelligence" that provides true knowledge
(Plato 101). ....
)TheHistory of Modern Philosophy
.... There are only two mental operations by which true knowledge
can be attained, says Descartes, and these are the methods of mathematics. ....
)Reasoning and Philosophic Logic
.... dialogues concerning the issue of how to distinguish true
from false rhetoric, and Plato felt that rhetoric as practiced ignored the true knowledge
and failed ....
)Plato's Critique of Rhetoric
.... in which Socrates will challenge Phaedrus to recognize that rhetoric, however well-organized and eloquently presented, is not a substitute for true knowledge
)Free-Will & True Republic, Augustine and Machiavelli
.... For purposes of this paper, a true
republic is considered to be a .... Augustine gets around this philosophical muddle by contending that the knowledge
of future ....
.... liberated (the fourth level of being), men understand without images, can appreciate dialectics and Ideas or "universal truths," and acquire true knowledge
)I Know This Much Is True
Wally Lamb's novel I Know This Much Is True
is an exploration of both a .... or mechanisms of our consciousness through which we acquire and accumulate knowledge
)History as Science or Literature
.... and the higher principle of development lead to the practical consequence that it is of vital importance for citizens to have a true knowledge
of the past and ....
)Historical Knowledge, Relics & Preservation
.... and can be, and often is, experienced without the intervention of much historical knowledge
. .... As the only true
world-power that fell to Hitler does the sight of ....
)Knowledge Management & Better Business Performance
.... what is needed: recognizing new patterns in the volumes of data, adapting to new concepts and knowledge
as they arise, and assessing the true
importance of ....
)Analysis of Career Knowledge Element
.... forms of secondhand knowledge
that are not as authentic. Bringing this narrative into the arena of educational administration, the same principles are true
)DOGMATISM AND ABSOLUTE KNOWING
.... However, it has to be noted that such a conclusion cannot be called true knowledge
, because it is not based on any intuition; for Kant intuition alone gives ....
)Philosophy of Pragmatism
.... To say that knowing what is true
involves both knowledge
and truth is to appreciate two distinct branches of philosophical investigation. ....
)A Philosophy of Education
.... culture. Separating true
information, or knowledge
, from that which is not true
becomes a function of critical thinking. And that ....
Epistemology is the theory of knowledge
and examines how we know what we know, how we identify what is true
, and precisely what constitutes knowledge
.... being true
. It is not true
in all cases but only in instances of perceptual experience that lead to knowledge
. A perceptual experience ....
.... In fact, philosophers have no idea about the true
limits of knowledge
. In this sense, then, the poem becomes an epistemological problem. ....
.... In other words, Bacon is criticizing dogmatic philosophical systems that further tend to obscure and confound true
and scientific induction ....
)Social Study of Science
.... Woolgar finds that these social scientists have failed to make critical distinctions between true
and false knowledge
and to see a necessity for their ....
.... A factorial design is a category of true
experimental design. .... development, testing and is designed to add to the general stock of knowledge
(McBurney 1998). ....
)Prgamatic Theories of Truth
is not only a record of the past. .... Pragmatism of the idea that descriptions but conceives of a true
proposition as being something like 'correspondent ....
)The Need to Speak with Authority
.... In Theaetetus Socrates rejects certain kinds of knowledge
, arguing that the final form of knowledge
belief that has been "given account of," meaning it ....
.... Externalists argue that we may know true
things about the world without, every time we wish to use that knowledge
(or to acquire new knowledge
) examine in a ....
)To Room Nineteen
.... Rather than regressing back to the old self and abdicating self-knowledge
and self-rule, she decides to remain true
to the authentic self that she has ....
itself - the product of human intellect - matters and the producer of that knowledge
matters little if at all. This, however, is only true
is there ....
.... In France, Bergson had, by 1889, reached the conclusion that the only source of true knowledge
was "intuitive experience" and that "art was a direct revelation ....
)hume vs. Induction
.... Some knowledge
we construct comes to us other than from the senses, the rationalists .... Rationalists say some things are true
even though they don't come from our ....