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Knowledge vs. ‘true opinion’
Posted on 6 August, 2014 by amartingarcia
It is interesting to compare the different accounts of ‘belief’ and ‘knowledge’ as coming from two traditions that are wide apart, as India and ancient Greece are; though it is known that there was a contact between the two at … Continue reading →
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