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Common Sense, Science and Scepticism: A Historical Introduction to the ...
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Epistemology: A Contemporary Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge
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The Nature of Philosophy
Platos View of Knowledge
Aristotles View of Knowledge
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A. J. Ayer abstract ideas accept ampliative inference analytic judgements animal answer appear apprehended argued argument Aristotle attributes Ayer Berkeley Bertrand Russell body called causal chapter claim to know clearly and distinctly cogito colour common-sense concept concerned consider contradiction deduced demonstration deny Descartes Descartes's doubt empirical knowledge empiricist entities epistemology essential nature EUTHYPHRO evidence example existence external world false holy human Hume Hume's Ibid imagine implies indubitable inference ink-bottle inquiry intuition J. L. Austin Kant Locke logical mathematical matters of fact meaning metaphysical mind motion naive realism necessary objects of knowledge observed particular perceived perfect phenomenalist philosophy physical objects Plato possible principle priori problem properties proposition question reality reason regard relations relations of ideas scientific sensations sense data sense experience sense perception sense-data Socrates soul species statements suppose synthetic judgements synthetic propositions theory things thought tion triangle truth understanding word world of Universals