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|Plato suggests that our experience only gives us shadows removed from reality; |
Descartes, that everything we experience could be a ... The answer that both
Plato and Descartes give is that the senses are not our only source of knowledge.
Rāmacandra Miśra - 1998 - 437 pages
|One cannot arrive at universal and necessary knowledge simply on the basis of |
sense-experience. Similarly, unlike the Rationalists, Sri Aurobindo does not hold
that reason is the only source of philosophic knowledge. Reason alone ...
|He believed that the only source of knowledge was experience, and that in the |
case of general relativity such experience did not always suggest the scientific
truth of a theory. The development of a theory depended on “only intuition resting
|Rationalists endorse reason, arguing that only rational knowledge is certain. ... |
knowledge are rationalism, which says that reason is one source of knowledge,
and empiricism,which says that sense experience is the only source of
Christian Beyer, Alex Burri - 2007 - 305 pages
|experience and conceptual analysis are our only sources of knowledge then |
mathematical knowledge is impossible. Let's call this apparent obstacle to the
existence of mathematical knowledge the problem of sources. It is this problem
|In the first chapter I said that empiricism is often summarized with the claim that |
the only source of knowledge is experience. This idea goes back a long way, but
the most famous stage of empiricist thought was in the seventeenth and ...
Gerald James Holton - 2000 - 240 pages
|... a thought-thing which cannot be pointed to in experience." Thus Einstein was |
struggling anew with the old question: What precisely is the relation between our
knowledge and the sensory raw material, "the only source of our knowledge"?6 If
|The only source of knowledge is experience. —Albert Einstein From the |
publication of the first books on modern computer programming, the “Hello World
” example has been used to show the fundamental, bare necessities of a
language in the ...
|Leaders at all levels possess them: “The only real valuable thing is intuition.” “|
Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” “The only
source of knowledge is experience.” We have to be courageous to reach beyond
Michael J. Shaffer, Michael L. Veber - 2011 - 261 pages
|are essentially three important questions that arise concerning a priori |
knowledge. ... if initial appearances are accurate about any one of these
statements or others like them then sensory experience cannot be the only
source of knowledge.