The problem of knowledge

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Macmillan, 1958 - Philosophy - 258 pages
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User Review  - P_S_Patrick - LibraryThing

As is evident from the title, this book is on the the philosophy of knowledge or epistemology. Though it is quite suitable for the general reader, in that a knowledge of philosophy is not really ... Read full review

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Strong two stars, but two stars nonetheless because a lot of ill-disguised and unjustified dogmatism and lazy periphrasis avoid assessing things essentially, although this is what the work aims for in investigating the nature of knowledge and the strength of the sceptical position. Read full review

Contents

PHILOSOPHY AND KNOWLEDGE
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ii Common features of knowledge
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iii Does knowing consist in being in a special state of
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