The Theory of Knowledge: A Jargon-Free Guide to Epistemology

The Theory of Knowledge: A Jargon-Free Guide to Epistemology

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By Doug Erlandson

How Do We Know What We Know?
An Introduction to the Major Theories of Epistemology

In The Theory of Knowledge, Doug Erlandson provides a straightforward, clear overview of the area of philosophy that deals with the concept of knowledge. Drawing on the thought of philosophers past and present, Erlandson examines their views in a lively and engaging manner. The Theory of Knowledge answers these questions: What is knowledge? Can I really know anything? Where does knowledge come from? What is the relation between the mind and the world? How do I know that other minds exist.

The Theory of Knowledge Answers These Questions

What is knowledge?
Can I really know anything?
Where does knowledge come from?
What’s the relation between the mind and the world?
How do I know that other minds exist?

˃˃˃ Suitable as a classroom text and for independent study

The Theory of Knowledge is a basic introduction to epistemology and presupposes no prior familiarity with philosophical thought. It is suited for introductory philosophy classes and for independent study.


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