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Truth and Right Invariably the Same—John Adams

THEY WERE BELIEVERS, JOHN ADAMS Nature and truth, or rather truth and right are invariably the same in all times and in all places; and...

Theory of Knowledge (Epistemology) of Thomas Aquinas

The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas Made Simple, by Jonathan Dolhenty, Ph.D. Part IV, Epistemology of Thomas Aquinas To explain the process of knowledge, Thomas Aquinas...

The Nature of Knowledge: Convictions Based on Sense Perception, Convictions Based on Our Intellect,...

THE PROBLEM OF KNOWLEDGE A Brief Introduction to Epistemology by Jonathan Dolhenty, Ph.D. PART TWO Convictions Based on Sense Perception Convictions...

The Problem of Knowledge

A Brief Introduction to Epistemology, Part 1 THE NATURE OF KNOWLEDGE By Jonathan Dolhenty, Ph.D. Knowledge is a primary fact of human life and experience. Everyone understands...

The Bodyguards of Truth – Mortimer J. Adler

BY MORTIMER J. ADLER, PH.D. My serious study of philosophy began when, at Columbia University in the early twenties, I took a course in the...

The Nature of Knowledge: Fundamental Ideas, Truth and Error, The Motive of Certitude

THE PROBLEM OF KNOWLEDGEA Brief Introduction to Epistemology by Jonathan Dolhenty, Ph.D. PART ONE Fundamental Ideas Truth and Error The Motive of Certitude THE NATURE OF...

The Nature of Knowledge: Fundamental Ideas, Truth & Error, Motive of Certitude

THE PROBLEM OF KNOWLEDGE A Brief Introduction to Epistemology By Jonathan Dolhenty, Ph.D. PART ONE: THE NATURE OF KNOWLEDGE Knowledge is a primary fact of human life and...

Truth and Certainty

By Jonathan Dolhenty, Ph.D. We have a knowledge of reality. Reality is presented to us by our senses through the medium of percepts and our...

Failure versus Error, Success isn’t Everything.

Free Enterprise Zone, The Freeman, Sandy Ikeda If I aim at X and instead get Y, one could argue that my plan has failed. ...

Failure versus Error, Success isn't Everything.

Free Enterprise Zone, The Freeman, Sandy Ikeda If I aim at X and instead get Y, one could argue that my plan has failed. ...