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" There are two modes of knowledge, through argument and experience. Argument brings conclusions and compels us to concede them, but it does not cause certainty nor remove doubts in order that the mind may remain at rest in truth, unless this is provided... "
Leaving the Body - Page x
by D. Scott Rogo - 2008 - 192 pages
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Een nieuwe kijk op de experience economy: betekenisvolle belevenissen

Albert Boswijk, Thomas Thijssen, Ed Peelen - Corporate image - 2005 - 183 pages
...In 1268 schreef Roger Bacon, een van de grondleggers van de moderne wetenschap, in zijn Opus Maius: 'There are two modes of knowing, through argument...rest in truth, unless this is provided by experience' (Bacon, R. (1268) Opus Maius in Shah, 1971). In hoofdstuk 2 zullen we uitgebreid ingaan op wat wij...
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The Experience Economy: A New Perspective

Albert Boswijk, Thomas Thijssen, Ed Peelen - Consumer behavior - 2007 - 223 pages
...2oo2). Roger Bacon, one of the founding fathers of modern science, wrote in his Opus Maius in 1268: 'There are two modes of knowing, through argument...rest in truth, unless this is provided by experience' (in Shah, 1971). In Chapter 2 we will be considering what we understand by sensory perception, emotions,...
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