Knowledge and Its Place in Nature by Hilary Kornblith

By Hilary Kornblith

Hilary Kornblith argues for a naturalistic method of investigating wisdom. wisdom, he explains, is a characteristic of the flora and fauna, and so can be investigated utilizing medical equipment. He bargains an account of information derived from the technology of animal habit, and defends this opposed to its philosophical opponents. This arguable and refreshingly unique ebook deals philosophers a brand new approach to do epistemology.

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