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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. ....

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Kant

.... illusory transcendental metaphysics. It is not true knowledge because we cannot experience it in time and space. Kant argues that ....

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Expertise as a Source of Power

.... it rather than by modifying it to be proprietary, his expertise can become power that will not backfire because it is based on true knowledge, not the ....

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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. ....

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Life and Death Relationship

.... The mind of the philosopher can grasp the Forms only by pure thought: To grasp one of these Forms is, for Plato, to have true knowledge of an absolute value. ....

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Life and Death and Philosophy

.... The mind of the philosopher can grasp the Forms only by pure thought: To grasp one of these Forms is, for Plato, to have true knowledge of an absolute value. ....

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The Souls of Black Folk

.... Du Bois argued that vocational education of blacks was not only insufficient to provide true knowledge and wisdom, but was also one more example of segregation ....

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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 ....

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Ethical Relativism

.... Frieze adds that true knowledge emerges only through the restless, impatient, continuing, hopeful inquiry between students and their teacher. ....

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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 ....

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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. ....

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Philosophy of Pragmatism

.... To say that knowing what is true involves both knowledge and truth is to appreciate two distinct branches of philosophical investigation. ....

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Philosophy & Christian Beliefs

.... Irrationalism is characterized by the philosophy of Albert Camus: "For Camus, there is no meaning, no knowledge that is objectively true, and no objective value ....

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Study of Philosophy & Christian Beliefs

.... Irrationalism is characterized by the philosophy of Albert Camus: "For Camus, there is no meaning, no knowledge that is objectively true, and no objective value ....

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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 ....

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Nature of Metaphysics

.... The problem of knowledge is a key one in philosophy, asking as it does whether .... we can really know and whether what we know can be said to be objectively true. ....

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Marianne Moore

.... In fact, philosophers have no idea about the true limits of knowledge. In this sense, then, the poem becomes an epistemological problem. ....

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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 ....

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Research Questions

.... 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). ....

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The Nature of Reality and Philosophy

.... of reality, and epistemology is the theory of knowledge, of how human beings learn what they learn and how they can know that what they learn is true. ....

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Prgamatic Theories of Truth

.... Knowledge 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 ....

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Marcel Duchamp

.... 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 ....

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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 ....

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Christian Faith

.... There remain, however, the problem of justifying what one believes to be true and the problem of how to identify knowledge in the first place. ....

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The Theme of Return to Nature in Poets of the Romantic Age

.... There is a very strong impression that Man is not truly free in the city because the city does not allow the freedom of soul necessary for true self-knowledge. ....

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Aging

.... and AlzheimerÆs as they get older, but this is not true of everyone. .... These kinds of misconceptions about aging usually arise because of knowledge of someone ....

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Misconceptions About Aging

.... and Alzheimer's as they get older, but this is not true of everyone .... These kinds of misconceptions about aging usually arise because of knowledge of someone that ....

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Views of Science & Religion

.... discipline. We are comforted by knowledge, and the stories we tell may be no more than what we believe is true of the world. We ....

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Views of Science & of Religion

.... discipline. We are comforted by knowledge, and the stories we tell may be no more than what we believe is true of the world. We ....

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Bertran Russell

.... I conclude that, while it is true that science cannot decide questions of .... Whatever knowledge is attainable, must be attained by scientific methods; and what ....

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