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G E MOORE AND CLAIMS TO KNOW OR BELIEVE THAT
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assertion calculation Certainty claim to doubt claim to know claim to knowledge concepts conclusion connection context contrast criticism denies Descartes describe discussion distinction Dogmas of Empiricism dreaming earth has existed emphasized empirical propositions enquiry epistemology Ernest Gellner established evidence example experience expression fact false foundations Frazer's G. E. Moore give Golden Bough grounds human Hume Hume's ideas inductive reasoning inference instance involves judgement justified King's College London language language-game mathematics method mistake mistaken Moore's nature Norman Malcolm notion ostensive definition pain particular passage perspicuous representation Peter Winch Philosophical Investigations philosophical scepticism physical objects possible proof question reality reason relation rules Russell sceptical arguments sense someone sorts of things speak statement system of belief system of knowledge thought Tractatus Trigg true truth understanding Units validity verificationism verificationist view of meaning Wittgenstein says Wittgenstein's account Wittgenstein's remarks Wittgenstein's view wrong