A Primer on Knowledge by Adrian Heathcote

By Adrian Heathcote

A advisor throughout the idea of information, giving cautious attention to such matters as relativism approximately fact, scepticism from Descartes onwards, and the linguistic relativism of Benjamin Lee Whorf. offers an answer to the Gettier examples and a cautious evaluate of Hume's perspectives on induction. The emphasis all through is at the different types of concerns that regularly come up for non-philosophers whilst contemplating questions on wisdom. hence the booklet is acceptable for all reasonably trained readers, now not easily educational philosophers.

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