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The Groundwork of Science: A Study of Epistemology

By: St. George Jackson Mivart

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ... THE GROUNDWORK , OF SCIENCE t--. /? -""u ' I~' ,1 7 i.; A STUDY OF EPISTEMOLOGY BY ST. GEORGE MJV ART M.D., PH.D., F.R.S. NEW YORK G. P. ... ... disposition of men \vhose views and opinions are most opposed, to agree in accepting as certain, things which are by no means evident, and in adop... ...mind of each individual man who applies himself to its study-the study of Epistemology. 1 N ow the mind of each one of us is, during our waking ho... ...cvertheless appears to us to be incumbent on nnyone who dC!iircs to study Epistemology, to enter upon a HcriouH incluiry as to the truth of idealism... ...ose two words the child really enunciates a true judgment composed of two concepts and an implied copula. If such were not the case, if the child di... ...the help of the" beggarly elements" sup­ plied by the senses, the loftiest concepts spontaneously spring forth like Athene, armed with the sharp spea...

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Epistemology

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...ophy of science Epistemology of science ... ...sp;of science Formal epistemology Social episte... ... Epistemologists Epistemology literature ... ...stemology literature Concepts in epistemology ... ...;literature Concepts in epistemology Epist... ... Concepts in epistemology ... ... Concepts in epistemology ... ... Pages in category "Epistemology" The following 157 pages are in this category, ... ...stemology literature Concepts in epistemology ...

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The Aesthetic Experience : Its Nature and Function in Epistemology

By: William Davis Furry

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ... (Ellit. olt". P"cltologicDl JtI 0"0,.,.1' It, ) THE JOHNS HOPKINS STUDIES IN PHILOSOPHY AND PSYCHOLOGY. No. 1 THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: ITS NATU... ...ND PSYCHOLOGY. No. 1 THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: ITS NATURE AND FUNCTION IN EPISTEMOLOGY .... -. ... . : - ..... :...:: ... ... . -. :.- - . """., ... ...ing, so that the priority which Metaphysics so long held should be given to Epistemology. The limitations as well as the possibilities of human know... ...ted genetically and while affirming the position of St. George Mivart that "Epistemology'is a product of mental ma­ turity both racial and individual... ...y, communication and control of experience. They are however 'symbols' not 'concepts,' and thus illustrate the fact that all description involves an... ...eological, the material and the immaterial, between the naive and the ideal concepts of causality. We have indicated the rise of the same problem u... ...t reality can only be presumed and felt. 2 Pure reason, as the doctrine of concepts, can lead only to atheism and fatal­ ism. The conditioned can be...

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Social epistemology

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... Social epistemology refers to a broad set of approaches to the study of knowledge ... ...nowledge as a collective achievement. Another way of characterizing social epistemology is as the study of the social dimensions of knowledge.[1] It i... ...bject, activity, or discipline which could appropriately be called "social epistemology" exists - or could exist. One of the enduring difficulties wit... ...ocial epistemology" is that of determining what the word "knowledge" means in this context. There is also a challenge in arriving at a definition of "... ...from different disciplines.[2] Social epistemologists may be found working in many of the disciplines of the humanities and social sciences, most comm... ...ny of the disciplines of the humanities and social sciences, most commonly in philosophy and sociology. In addition to marking a distinct movement in ... ... Concepts ... ... Social concepts ...

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The Aesthetic Experience : Its Nature and Function in Epistemology

By: William Davis Furry

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ... ,II- P$~IIolog;cal 1.1 O"OF.,IIs) -.,'-:0: • s THE JOHNS HOPKINS STUDIES IN PHILOSOPHY AND PSYCHOLOGY. No. 1 THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: ITS NATU... ...ND PSYCHOLOGY. No. 1 THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: ITS NATURE AND FUNCTION IN EPISTEMOLOGY BY VVILLIAM DAVIS FURRY, Ph.D. THE. REVIEVV PUBLISHING CO... ...ing, so that the priority which Metaphysics so long held should be given to Epistemology. The limitations as well as the possibilities of human know... ...ted genetically and while affirming the position of St. George Mivart that "Epistemology is a product of mental ma­ turity both racial and individual... ...y, communication and control of experience. They are however 'symbols' not 'concepts,' and thus illustrate the fact that all description involves an... ...eological, the material and the immaterial, between the naive and the ideal concepts of causality. We have indicated the rise of the same problem u... ...t reality can only be presumed and felt. 2 Pure reason, as the doctrine of concepts, can lead only to atheism and fatal­ ism. The conditioned can be...

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Formative epistemology

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...t emphasize the role of natural scientific methods. According to formative epistemology, knowledge is gained through the imputation of thoughts from o... ... gained through the imputation of thoughts from one human being to another in the societal setting. Humans are born without intrinsic knowledge and th... ...esses gain knowledge from other human beings. Thus, according to formative epistemology, all knowledge is completely subjective and truth does not exi... ... philosophic questions. There are noteworthy distinctions within formative epistemology. Replacement naturalism maintains that traditional epistemolog... ...sis of cooperative naturalism is that traditional epistemology can benefit in its inquiry by using the knowledge we have gained from the cognitive sci... ...ls to accommodate certain facts. Several other objectors have found fault in the inability of formative methods to adequately address questions about... ...ive component. He notes that modern epistemology has been dominated by the concepts of justification and reliability.[6] Kim explains that epistemolog... ...dge are nearly eliminated in their common sense meanings without normative concepts such as these. These concepts are meant to engender the question "... ... Concepts ...

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The Aesthetic Experience : Its Nature and Function in Epistemology

By: William Davis Furry

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...y.net ./II. • 1 ~ .. : The Aesthetic Experience: Its Nature and Function in Epistemology By WILLIAM DAVIS FURRY· A Dissertation Submitted to th... ...et ./II. • 1 ~ .. : The Aesthetic Experience: Its Nature and Function in Epistemology By WILLIAM DAVIS FURRY· A Dissertation Submitted to the B... ...ing, so that the priority which Metaphysics so long held should be given to Epistemology. The limitations as well as the possibilities of human know... ...ted genetically and while affirming the position of St. George Mivart that "Epistemology is a product of mental ma­ turity both racial and individual... ...y, communication and control of experience. They are however 'symbols' not 'concepts,' and thus illustrate the fact that all description involves an... ...eological, the material and the immaterial, between the naive and the ideal concepts of causality. We have indicated the rise of the same problem u... ...t reality can only be presumed and felt. s Pure reason, as the doctrine of concepts, can lead only to atheism and fatal­ ism. The conditioned can be...

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Feminist epistemology

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... Concepts ... ...iety Feminism in culture Pol... ... epistemology ... ... Feminist epistemology is an examination of the subject matter of epistemology, i.e.,... ...owledge, from a feminist standpoint. Elizabeth Anderson describes feminist epistemology as being concerned with the way in which gender influences our... ...h Anderson describes feminist epistemology as being concerned with the way in which gender influences our concept of knowledge and "practices of inqui... ...ntral to feminist epistemology. Donna Haraway asserts that most knowledge (in particular academic knowledge) is always situated and "produced by posit... ..., 'Positionality/Situated Knowledge' for David Sibley et al. (eds)Critical Concepts in Cultural Geography. London, IB: Taurus http://www.gees.bham.ac.... ... Concepts ...

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Epistemology : Vol. 1

By: Coffey, Peter, 1876-1943

...llection World Public Library.org THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE, VOL. I Title: EPISTEMOLOGY OR THE THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE, VOL. I Author: P. COFFEY Languag... ...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...... ...net. LONGMANS, GREEN AND CO. LONDON, NEW YORK, BOMBAY, CALCUTTA, AND MADRAS EPISTEMOLOGY OR THE THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE P. COFFEY, PH.D. (LOUVAIN) PROFES... ...H.D. (LOUVAIN) PROFESSOR OF LOGIC AND METAPHYSICS, MAYNOOTH COLLEGE, IRELAND IN TWO VOLUMES VOL. I PART I. THE NATURE OF THE INQUIRY PART II. INTELLEC... ... to be " Synthetic-a- priori " . . . . . . . . . . . .176 49. Even Concepts, regarded as "Objective," i.e. as Necessarily and Uni ... .... .213 62. Grades of Necessity in Judgments. Singular Judgments. Validity of Concepts. The Problem Stated 216 63. Kant s Claim Examined, A. Mathematic... ...cter of the Apprehended Nexus is due to a Property of the Thought-Objects or Concepts, viz. their Ab- stractness 241 70. What can be Inferred from the...

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Virtue epistemology

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...Virtue epistemology is a contemporary philosophical approach to epistemology that stresses the importance of intellectual (epistemic) virtu... ...the evaluation of knowledge the properties of the persons who hold beliefs in addition to or instead of the properties of propositions and beliefs. So... ...ad of the properties of propositions and beliefs. Some advocates of virtue epistemology claim to more closely follow what they see as important about ... ...about virtue ethics, while others see only a looser analogy between virtue in ethics and virtue in epistemology. Intellectual virt... ...le others see only a looser analogy between virtue in ethics and virtue in epistemology. Intellectual virtue has been a subject of... ...the works of Plato and Aristotle, but virtue epistemology is a development in the contemporary analytic tradition. It is characterized by efforts to s... ...epistemology was partly inspired by a recent renewal of interest in virtue concepts among moral philosophers, and partly as a response to the intracta... ...role they believe virtue to play: eliminative virtue epistemology uses the concepts of intellectual virtue and intellectual vice to do away with epist... ...pts of intellectual virtue and intellectual vice to do away with epistemic concepts like knowledge and justification, while non-eliminative virtue epi...

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The Kantian Epistemology and Theism

By: Hodge, Caspar Wistar, Jr

...e Collection World Public Library.org AND THEISM Title: THE KANTIAN EPISTEMOLOGY AND THEISM Author: C. WISTAR HODGE Language: English Subjec... ...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...... ... PHILADELPHIA : MACCALLA & COMPANY, 237-9 DOCK STREET, 1894 frr The Kantian Epistemology and Theism. METAPHYSICS is the most human of all departments... ...tion of unreflective thought is the same as that which holds the chief place in philosophic reflection. Man looks within and with- out himself, upon h... ...f the objects of knowledge with our sense organs, nor by the analysis of our concepts, demon- strate the possibility of knowledge, that is, we cannot ... ...a priori. Judgments of geometry, while a priori, rest not on the analysis of concepts, but on the construction of a priori intuition by the productive... ..., or an Intelligence directing things from the outside according to ends and concepts, had brought the world into being, nor was there any third alter...

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Religious epistemology

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...nd so on. Religious views also influence epistemological theories, such as in the case of Reformed epistemology.[1] Reformed epist... ...s also influence epistemological theories, such as in the case of Reformed epistemology.[1] Reformed epistemology has developed in... ...d epistemology.[1] Reformed epistemology has developed in contemporary Christian religious epistemology, such as the work of Alvin... ... Reformed epistemology has developed in contemporary Christian religious epistemology, such as the work of Alvin Plantinga, William P. Alston, Nicho... ... Pascal's Wager Reformed epistemology Skeptical Theism ... ...a critique of Enlightenment evidentialism and defense of reason and belief in God. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Eerdmans. ISBN . LCCN 90031016. R... ... Concepts in religion ... ... Concepts in religion ...

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The History of English Rationalism in the Nineteenth Century : Volume 1

By: Benn, Alfred Wiliam, 1843-1915

... jBT. MICHAEL S COLLEE TORONTO 6, CANADA THE HISTORY OF ENGLISH RATIONALISM IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY THE HISTORY OF ENGLISH RATIONALISM IN THE ... ...ISTORY OF ENGLISH RATIONALISM IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY BY ALFRED WILLIAM BENN IN TWO VOLUMES VOL. I When the Eleates asked Xenophanes whether they sh... ..., LONDON NEW YORK AND BOMBAY 1906 All rights reserved TO MY WIFE PREFACE IN a letter addressed to Archbishop Benson on his acceptance of the Pri... ...transcendent implications. According to his view, reason apprehends the simple concepts of which judgments are made up ; understanding puts the terms ... ... that organ of inward sense which we call reason. But while the com parison of concepts, from whatever source they may be derived, properly belongs to... ...eminent thinkers might have admitted an element of a priori knowledge into his epistemology without altering the structure or relations of his system ...

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Genetic epistemology

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... Genetic epistemology is a study of the origins (genesis) of knowledge (epistemology... ... Aims The goal of genetic epistemology is to link the validity of knowledge to the model of its const... ... our knowledge of it more valid than our theory about black holes. Genetic epistemology also explains the process of how people develop cognitively fr... ...rocess of how people develop cognitively from birth throughout their lives in four primary stages: sensorimotor (birth to age 2), preoperational (2-7)... ... occurs when the perception of a new event or object occurs to the learner in an existing schema and is usually used in the context of self-motivation... ... an existing schema and is usually used in the context of self-motivation. In Accommodation, one accommodates the experiences according to the outcome... ...n of practical activity. The successive stages of concepts manifested in child development imply relations of deduction in ma... ... Concepts ... ...n of practical activity. The successive stages of concepts manifested in child development imply relations of deduction in ma...

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Methods of Knowledge; An Essay in Epistemology

By: Smith, Walter

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...w.WorldLibrary.net METHODS OF KNOWLEDGE METHODS OF KNOWLEDGE AN ESSAY IN EPISTEMOLOGY BY WALTER SMITH, PH.D. PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN LAKE FORE... ...orldLibrary.net METHODS OF KNOWLEDGE METHODS OF KNOWLEDGE AN ESSAY IN EPISTEMOLOGY BY WALTER SMITH, PH.D. PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN LAKE FOREST ... ...7 8. The assumption of science and philosophy that know- ledge consists in concepts ...... 8 9. The need to examine this assumption .... 8 10. Psychol... ...ntal elements are intelligible and cognitive. Introduction to the study of concepts 64 CHAPTER III THE CONCEPTUAL VIEW OF KNOWLEDGE 1. The history of ... ... of the relation between the indi- vidual and the universal. His system of concepts. The place assigned to sensation 60 5. Later thinkers 61 6. The te... ...sarily agnostic . . . 151 CONTENTS xiii PAGE 6. It makes contributions to epistemology in its emphasis on sensation and the historical method . . . 1... ...nition of knowledge recalled 297 CHAPTER XIII THE PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEM 1. Epistemology is part of philosophy 298 2. It is the foundation of philosoph...

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Platonic epistemology

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... Platonism Epistemology Idealism / Rea... ... Commentaries The Academy in Athens Socratic problem ... ... Plato's epistemology holds that knowledge of Platonic Ideas is innate, so that lear... ... Ideas is innate, so that learning is the development of ideas buried deep in the soul, often under the midwife-like guidance of an interrogator. In s... ...ensation; knowledge derives from the world of timeless Forms, or essences. In The Republic, these concepts were illustrated using the metaphor of the ... ...ives from the world of timeless Forms, or essences. In The Republic, these concepts were illustrated using the metaphor of the sun, the analogy of the... ... Epistemology ... ... Concepts ...

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Methods of Knowledge; An Essay in Epistemology

By: Smith, Walter, D. 1907

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ... METHODS OF KNOWLEDGE r...... • t". \ .I.. . ." V I " ... i .AN ESSAY IN EPISPEMOLOG Y BY W~LTER §MITH, PH.D. P8008S08 OF PHILOSOPHY IN LAXB F... ... 8. The assumption of science and philosophy that know­ ledge consists in concepts . 9. The need to examine this assumption 10. Psychology indispen... ...al elements are intelligible and cognitive. Introduction to the study of concepts " £f' CHAPTER III THB CONOEPTUAL VIEW OF KNOWLBOOB 1. The hist... ... of the relation between the indi­ vidual and the universal. His system of concepts. 67 67 68 The place assigned to sensation . 60 6. Later think... ...tio • 161 • ~ CONTENTS ... XlIl PAGlI: 5. It makes contributions to epistemology in its emphaais on sensation and the historical method • 161 ... ...ion of knowledge recalled • 297 CHAPTER xm TIm PHILOSOPHIOAL PROBLE. 1. Epistemology is part of philosophy . • 298 2. It is the foundation of phil... ... Some theory of knowledge is always adopted by philosophy. In1lu- ence of epistemology illustrated by reference to the history of philosophy. The pr...

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Constructivist epistemology

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...Constructivist epistemology is a branch in philosophy of science maintaining that natural science consists of menta... ...iences 4.1 Social constructivism in sociology 4.2 Constructivism ... ...ical constructivism 5.4 Genetic epistemology 6 Quo... ... According to constructivists there is no single valid methodology in science, but rather a diversity of useful methods.[2] ... ...ology, education and social constructivism. The expression "constructivist epistemology" was first used by Jean Piaget, 1967, with plural form in the ... ...ce scientifique or "Logic and Scientific knowledge", an important text for epistemology. He refers directly to the mathematician Brouwer and his radic... ...e seen as a foundation for Social Constructivism, with its key theoretical concepts of language games embedded in forms of life. C... ... Another criticism of constructivism is that it holds that the concepts of two different social formations be entirely different and incom... ...ilarly constrained. While other individuals are controlled by the dominant concepts of society, the advocate of constructivism can transcend these con...

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Methods of Knowledge; An Essay in Epistemology

By: Smith, Walter, D. 1907

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...w.WorldLibrary.net METHODS OF KNOWLEDGE METHODS OF KNOWLEDGE AN ESSAY IN EPISTEMOLOGY BY WALTER SMITH, PH.D. ~ PBOnSSOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN LAlt... ...orldLibrary.net METHODS OF KNOWLEDGE METHODS OF KNOWLEDGE AN ESSAY IN EPISTEMOLOGY BY WALTER SMITH, PH.D. ~ PBOnSSOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN LAltB F... ... The 888UDlption of· science and philosophy that know­ . ledge consists in concepts . 9. The need to examine this assumption 10. Psychology indispen... ... of the relation between the indi­ vidual and the universal. His system of concepts. The place assigned to sensation • 60 6. Later thinkers 61 6. '... ... concept • 80 8. Substitution of words for other ideas 80 9. Conclusion: concepts are sensory in their origin. 81 10. The" categories" to be studie... ...ly agnostio • 161 CONTENTS ••• X1U PAOB 6. It makes contributions to epistemology in ita emphasis on sensation and the historical method • 161 ... ...ion of knowledge recalled • 297 CHAPTER xm TIm PHILOSOPHIOAL PBOBLBK 1. Epistemology is part of philosophy. • 298 2. It is the foundation of philo...

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Evolutionary epistemology

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...hree distinct topics: (1) the biological evolution of cognitive mechanisms in animals and humans, (2) a theory that knowledge itself evolves by natura... ...l acquisition and usage of such abstractions. A theory about cognition in biological evolution "Evolutionary epistemology" can refer to a branch... ...ions. A theory about cognition in biological evolution "Evolutionary epistemology" can refer to a branch of epistemology that applies the concep... ...onary epistemology" can refer to a branch of epistemology that applies the concepts of biological evolution to the growth of animal and human cognitio... ...n to the growth of animal and human cognition. It argues that the mind is in part genetically determined and that its structure and function reflect ... ...d less frequently. A theory about the growth of knowledge "Evolutionary epistemology" can also refer to a theory that applies the concepts of biolo... ...e "Evolutionary epistemology" can also refer to a theory that applies the concepts of biological evolution to the growth of human knowledge, and argu... ...he body of knowledge surrounding it. One of the hallmarks of evolutionary epistemology is the notion that empirical testing does not justify the trut... ...oulmin, Human Understanding: Volume 1: The Collective Use and Evolution of Concepts, 1972.Riedl, R. Biology of Knowledge: The Evolutionary Basis of Re...

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The Groundwork of Science: A Study of Epistemology

By: Mivart, St. George Jackson, 1827-1900

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ... pb.H). THE GROUNDWORK OF SCIENCE THE GROUNDWORK OF SCIENCE S2 A STUDY OF EPISTEMOLOGY BY ST. GEORGE MIVART V 4 M.D., PH.D., F.R.S. NEW YORK G. P. PU... ...ady disposition of men whose views and opinions are most opposed, to agree in accepting as certain, things which are by no means evident, and in adopt... ...e mind of each individualman who applies himself to its study the study of Epistemology. 1 Now the mind of each one of us is, during our waking hours,... ... nevertheless appears to us to be incumbent on anyone who desires to study Epistemology, to enter upon a serious inquiry as to the truth of idealism. ... ...hose two words the child really enunciates a true judgment composed of two concepts and an implied copula. If such were not the case, if the child did... ...e help of the " beggarly elements " sup- plied by the senses, the loftiest concepts spontaneously spring forth like Athene, armed with the sharp spear...

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Outline of epistemology

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...The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to epistemology: Epistemology or theory of knowledge – bra... ...nglish by the Scottish philosopher James Frederick Ferrier (1808–1864).[2] Epistemology asks the questions: "What is knowledge?", "How is knowledge ac... ...ents 1 Essence of epistemology 2 Branches of epistemolog... ...ory of epistemology 5 Epistemological concepts 6 Persons influential in the ... ...ogical concepts 6 Persons influential in the field of epistemology 7 See als... ...asizes the role of experience and evidence, especially sensory perception, in the formation of ideas, over the notion of innate ideas or tradition.[6]... ... it works satisfactorily, that the meaning of a proposition is to be found in the practical consequences of accepting it, and that impractical ideas a... ...he history of scientific method Epistemological concepts A priori knowledge ... ... Concepts ...

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Methods of Knowledge; An Essay in Epistemology

By: Smith, Walter, D. 1907

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...EDGE AN ESSAYm EPISTEMOLOaY BT WALTER SMITH, Ph.D. PBOFBSSOB OF FHILOSOPHT IN LAKE FOBBST UNIVBBSITT Wein gorft THE MACMILLAN COMPANY LOUDON: MACMILLA... ...7 8. The assumption of science and philosophy that know- ledge consists in concepts 8 9. The need to examine this assumption .... 8 10. Psychology ind... ...ntal elements are intelligible and cognitive. Introduction to the study of concepts 54 CHAPTER III The Cokcepttjal View of Knowledge 1. The history of... ...of the relation between the indi- vidual and, the universal. His system of concepts. The place assigned to sensation 60 6. Later thinkers 61 6. The te... ...ssarily agnostic . . .151 CONTENTS xiii PASS 5. It makes contributions to epistemology in its emphaeis on sensation and the historical method . . . 1... ...inition of knowledge recalled 297 CHAPTER Xin The Philosophical Problem 1. Epistemology is part of philosophy 298 2. It is the foundation of philosoph... .... Some theory of knowledge is always adopted by philosophy. Influ- ence of epistemology illustrated by reference to the history of philosophy. The pre...

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Romanticism and epistemology

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...lor Coleridge was at the core of the development of the new approach, both in terms of art and the 'science of knowledge' itself (epistemology). Coler... ... new approach, both in terms of art and the 'science of knowledge' itself (epistemology). Coleridge's ideas regarding the philosophy of science involv... ...idge's ideas regarding the philosophy of science involved Romantic science in general, but Romantic medicine in particular, as it was essentially a ph... ...-experience to reality 5 Dual basis for the epistemology of life 6 Method ... ...m about man's power of cognition, into the Age of Reason or Enlightenment. In facing the mystery of life itself, researchers first sought to apply the... ...s" as Coleridge put it succinctly. There was a profound feeling that a new epistemology, or 'science of knowledge' was needed to deal with the questio... ... Reason essentially deals with principles and the intellect with concepts, both factual (physical) and functional (etheric). The noetic facu... ...are elaborated into principles by reason, whilst the intellect establishes concepts arranged using scalar logic (for ordination of facts) and polar lo... ...sion that diversity is division or that a concept held by two minds is two concepts, rather than two exemplars of one concept. The...

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The Groundwork of Science: A Study of Epistemology

By: Mivart, St. George Jackson, 1827-1900

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...jf.lR.S. THE GROUNDWORK OF SCIENCE THE GROUNDWORK OF SCIENCE A STUDY OF EPISTEMOLOGY BY ST. GEORGE MIVART M.D., Ph.D., F.R.S. NEW YORK G. P. PUTNAM... ...ady disposition of men whose views and opinions are most opposed, to agree in accepting as certain, things which are by no means evident, and in adopt... ...e mind of each individualman who applies himself to its study—the study of Epistemology.' Now the mind of each one of us is, during our waking hours, ... ... nevertheless appears to us to be incumbent on anyone who desires to study Epistemology, to enter upon a serious inquiry as to the truth of idealism. ... ...hose two words the child really enunciates a true judgment composed of two concepts and an implied copula. If such were not the case, if the child did... ...e help of the " beggarly elements " sup- plied by the senses, the loftiest concepts spontaneously spring forth like Athene, armed with the sharp spear...

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Index of epistemology articles

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...now what we know?", and "Why do we know what we know?". Much of the debate in this field has focused on analyzing the nature of knowledge and how it r... ... about different knowledge claims. Articles related to epistemology include: A – A De... ...c–synthetic distinction – Anamnesis (philosophy) – Androcentrism – Android epistemology – Anthony Wilden – Anti-foundationalism – Anti-realism – Apper... ... Black swan theory – Blind men and an elephant – Body of knowledge – Brain in a vat – Brute fact C – C. D. Broa... ...m – Common sense – Compensationism – Composition of Causes – Computational epistemology – Concluding Unscientific Postscript to Philosophical Fragment... ...sophy – Memory – Meno – Meno's slave – Meta – Meta-epistemology – Metaphor in philosophy – Metaphysical naturalism – Metatheory – Methodical culturali... ... Concepts ... ... Concepts ...

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Problems of Philosophy : Or, Principles of Epistemology and Metaphysics

By: Hyslop, James Hervey, 1854-1920

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...... ...ISTEMOLOGY AND METAPHYSICS ?&& & PROBLEMS OF PHILOSOPHY OR PRINCIPLES OF EPISTEMOLOGY AND METAPHYSICS JAMES HERVEY HYSLOP, Ph.D., LL.D. For/nerly Pr... ...LEMS AND PERPLEXITIES WERE THE SOURCE OF THE REFLECTIONS THAT ARE EMBODIED IN THIS BOOK ; IT MAY BE THAT I CAN NO LONGER SHARE IN THE INTELLECTUAL GIV... ...eavored to avoid the suggestion that I have dealt with all the problems of epistemology and meta- physics. I have purposely omitted many subordinate q... ...dge. Explanation of synthetic knowledge, 107. Divisions and explanation of Concepts, 108. Propositions, no. Apprehension and Synthesis, in. Kant's cat... ...really was. There is no adequate definition and explanation of fundamental concepts, such as phenomenon (Erscheinung), intuition (Anschauung) , experi... ...nation of this area. They are first the division into Singular and General concepts, and second that into Concrete and Abstract. A singular term or co...

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Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology

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...Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology ... ... Subject Epistemology Published ... ... 20353709 Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology is a non-fiction book by Ayn Rand and Leonard Peikoff, first p... ...ogy is a non-fiction book by Ayn Rand and Leonard Peikoff, first published in its combined form in 1979. The majority of the book is Rand's summation ... ... The majority of the book is Rand's summation of the Objectivist theory of concepts and solution to the problem of universals. An additional essay by ... ...f discusses the analytic–synthetic distinction. A second edition published in 1990 includes transcripts of a discussion session Rand conducted on epis... ...of conceptualization, the nature of definitions, distinguishing legitimate concepts from "anti-concepts," the hierarchical nature of knowledge, and wh... ..., and what constitutes valid axiomatic knowledge. Rand describes axiomatic concepts as "the identification of a primary fact of reality, which cannot ... ...s or broken into component parts". The three axiomatic concepts identified in the book are "existence", "identity" and "consciousness". Following Rand...

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Problems of Philosophy : Or, Principles of Epistemology and Metaphysics

By: Hyslop, James Hervey, 1854-1920

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...... ...ISTEMOLOGY AND METAPHYSICS S!^^^ PROBLEMS OF PHILOSOPHY OR PRINCIPLES OF EPISTEMOLOGY AND METAPHYSICS BY JAMES HERVEY HYSLOP, Ph.D., LL.D. Formerly ... ...LEMS AND PERPLEXITIES WERE THE SOURCE OF THE REFLECTIONS THAT ARE EMBODIED IN THIS BOOK ; IT MAY BE THAT I CAN NO LONGER SHARE IN THE INTELLECTUAL GIV... ...eavored to avoid the suggestion that I have dealt with all the problems of epistemology and meta- physics. I have purposely omitted many subordinate q... ...DGE. Explanation of synthetic knowledge, 107. Divisions and explanation of Concepts, 108. Propositions, no. Apprehension and Synthesis, lit. Kant's ca... ...really was. There is no adequate definition and explanation of fundamental concepts, such as phenomenon (Erscheinung), intuition (Anschauung) , experi... ...nation of this area. They are first the division into Singular and General concepts, and second that into Concrete and Abstract. A singular term or co...

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Regress argument

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... < Greek di allelon "through or by means of one another")) is a problem in epistemology and, in general, a problem in any situation where a stateme... ...t; Greek di allelon "through or by means of one another")) is a problem in epistemology and, in general, a problem in any situation where a statement ... ...ippa's trilemma". The argument can be seen as a response to the suggestion in Plato's Theaetetus that knowledge is justified true belief. ... ... a justified true belief. That justification will in turn be another statement - let's call it P3; so P3 justifies P2. ... ... to prove that Coherentism is not true because beliefs can be justified by concepts other than beliefs. But others have argued that the experience of ... ... data he assumes. See also Epistemology Münchhausen trilemma ... ... Epistemology ... ... Concepts ... ... All articles needing additional references Concepts in epistemology Justification ...

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The Aesthetic Experience : Its Nature and Function in Epistemology

By: Furry, William Davis, 1873

...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...niversity (Editor of the Psychological Monographs) THE JOHNS HOPKINS STUDIES IN PHILOSOPHY AND PSYCHOLOGY. No. 1 THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: ITS NATUREA... ...HY AND PSYCHOLOGY. No. 1 THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: ITS NATUREAND FUNCTION IN EPISTEMOLOGY BY WILLIAM DAVIS FURRY, Ph.D. Henry E. Johnston, Jr., Schola... ...eing, so that the priority which Metaphysics so long held should be given to Epistemology. The limitations as w^ell as the possibilities ofhuman knowl... ...ated genetically and while affirming the position of St. George Mivart that "Epistemology is a product of mental ma- turity both racial and individual... ...ly, communication and control of experience. They are however 'symbols' not 'concepts,' and thus illustrate the fact that all description involves an ... ...leological, the material and the immaterial, between the naive and the ideal concepts of causality. We have indicated the rise of the same problem und... ...that reality can only be presumed and felt.^ Pure reason, as the doctrine of concepts, can lead only to atheism and fatal- ism. The conditioned can be...

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Formalism (philosophy)

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... Formal epistemology ... ... Pages in category "Formalism (philosophy)" The following 8 pages are in this ca... ... Ethical formalism F Formal epistemology Formalism (philosophy) ... ... J Jurisprudence of concepts L Legal formalism ... ... Formal epistemology ... ... Pages in category "Formalism (philosophy)" The following 8 pages are in this ca... ... J Jurisprudence of concepts L Legal formalism ...

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Problems of Philosophy : Or, Principles of Epistemology and Metaphysics

By: Hyslop, James Hervey, 1854-1920

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...... ...lishers I 5 Beacon Street, Boston PROBLEMS OF PHILOSOPHY OR PRINCIPLES OF EPISTEMOLOGY AND METAPHYSICS BY JAMES HERVEY HYSLOP, Ph.D., LL.D. Formerly ... ...LEMS AND PERPLEXITIES WERE THE SOURCE OF THE REFLECTIONS THAT ARE EMBODIED IN THIS BOOK ; IT MAY BE THAT I CAN NO LONGER SHARE IN THE INTELLECTUAL GIV... ...eavored to avoid the suggestion that I have dealt with all the problems of epistemology and meta- phvsics. I have purposely omitted many subordinate q... ...dge. Explanation of synthetic knowledge, 107. Divisions and explanation of Concepts, loS. Propositions, no. Apprehension and Synthesis, in. Kant's cat... ...really was. There is no adequate definition and explanation of fundamental concepts, such as phenomenon (Erscheinung), intuition (Anschauung) , experi... ...nation of this area. They are first the division into Singular and General concepts, and second that into Concrete and Abstract. A singular term or co...

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Speculative reason

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... Practical reason, on the other hand, is the power of the mind engaged in deciding what to do. It is also referred to as moral reason, because it ... ...portant later thinkers who have done so are Aquinas (who follows Aristotle in many respects) and Kant. References ... ... Epistemology ... ... Constructivist epistemology ... ... Evolutionary epistemology ... ... Concepts ... ... All articles needing additional references Concepts in epistemology Concepts in logic ... ... All articles needing additional references Concepts in epistemology Concepts in logic ...

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The Aesthetic Experience : Its Nature and Function in Epistemology

By: Furry, William Davis, 1873

...lassic Literature Collection World Public Library.org NATURE AND FUNCTION IN EPISTEMOLOGY Title: THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: ITS NATURE AND FUNC... ...sic Literature Collection World Public Library.org NATURE AND FUNCTION IN EPISTEMOLOGY Title: THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: ITS NATURE AND FUNCTIO... ...N EPISTEMOLOGY Title: THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: ITS NATURE AND FUNCTION IN EPISTEMOLOGY Author: WILLIAM DAVIS FURRY Language: English Subject: F... ...PISTEMOLOGY Title: THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: ITS NATURE AND FUNCTION IN EPISTEMOLOGY Author: WILLIAM DAVIS FURRY Language: English Subject: Fict... ...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...... ...ly, communication and control of experience. They are however 'symbols' not 'concepts, and thus illustrate the fact that all description involves an a... ...eological, the material and the immaterial, betw^een the naive and rhc ideal concepts of causality. We have indicated the rise ot the same problem und... ...that reality can only be presumed and felt.- Pure reason, as the doctrine of concepts, can lead only to atheism and fatal- ism. The conditioned can be...

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Problems of Philosophy : Or, Principles of Epistemology and Metaphysics

By: Hyslop, James Hervey, 1854-1920

...s, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is t... ...any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights.h... ...... ...LEMS AND PERPLEXITIES WERE THE SOURCE OF THE REFLECTIONS THAT ARE EMBODIED IN THIS BOOK ; IT MAY BE THAT I CAN NO LONGER SHARE IN THE INTELLECTUAL GIV... ...eavored to avoid the suggestion that I have dealt with all the problems of epistemology and meta physics. I have purposely omitted many subordinate qu... ...causality, 51. CHAPTER III. ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEM OF KNOWLEDGE. Field of epistemology, 58. Equivocation of the term " Knowledge," 58. Infl... ...DGE. Explanation of synthetic knowledge, 107. Divisions and explanation of Concepts, 108. Propositions, no. Apprehension and Synthesis, in. Kant s cat... ...really was. There is no adequate definition and explanation of fundamental concepts, such as phenomenon (Erscheinung), intuition (Anschauung) , experi... ...nation of this area. They are first the division into Singular and General concepts, and second that into Concrete and Abstract. A singular term or co...

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Epistemology; Or, The Theory of Knowledge : An Introduction to General Metaphysics : Vol. 2

By: Coffey, Peter, 1876-1943

...ure Collection World Public Library.org OF KNOWLEDGE, VOL. II Title: EPISTEMOLOGY OR THE THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE, VOL. II Author: P. COFFEY Langua... ...als, bibliographies, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is... ...s any service that offers this file for download or commercial distribution in any form, (See complete disclaimer http://WorldLibrary.net/Copyrights... ...... ...H.D. (LOUVAIN) PROFESSOR OF LOGIC AND METAPHYSICS, MAYNOOTH COLLEGE, IRELAND IN TWO VOLUMES VOL. II PART IV. THE DATA OF INTELLECTUAL KNOWLEDGE ; SENS... ...Significance of Distinction Between Sense and Intellect 212 137. Validity of Concepts Reviewed 216 138. Truth of Contingent Judgments Absolute 219 139... ...lined 359 173. Conclusion. Possibility and Sources of Error. The Problems of Epistemology * 3 INDEX 3^3 PART IV. THE DATA OF INTELLECTUAL KNOWLEDGE ;... ...dents, etc. My consciousness of my existence does not commence with abstract concepts of "self," "existence," "subject,"... ...nal or intellectual process of analysis and synthesis, of isolating abstract concepts and syn thesizing them in judgments, merely expresses and interp...

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