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Epistemology, or Theory of Knowledge
Thomas Metcalf Category: Epistemology Word count: 999 Listen here Many people think that they have a lot of knowledge. They also believe that other people sometimes know what they claim to know. But what is knowledge anyway? And how do we come to have it? Is it important that we have knowledge? If so, why? … Continue reading Epistemology, or Theory of Knowledge