The problem of knowledge

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Macmillan, 1958 - Philosophy - 258 pages
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The problem of "The problem of Knowledge": Ironically, the writing is so painfully verbose and convoluted that it is difficult to understand. Clearly "I myself" must be the answer to its ambitious ... Read full review

Review: The Problem of Knowledge

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I read a portion of this book in college and decided it was time I read the whole thing. It's an important work in the field of epistemology, but not particularly readable. Still, Ayer was a major ... 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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