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Epistemology is the branch of philosophy that deals with knowledge, how we acquire it and whether or not it exists. Sometimes, epistemology is associated with the "semantics" or meaning of the term "knowledge", or with the "ontology" of knowledge. Sometimes it is a part of metaphysics. However, it can be viewed as a branch of ontology, rather than a part of metaphysics, so that it is also the branch of ontology that studies what there is, to the extent that it studies knowledge, how it is acquired and what there is. Epistemology usually studies knowledge that is of one's own, that of others or that of others as reported by oneself. Epistemology as a branch of philosophy has always been important, as knowledge is a concept that has been a part of philosophy for many years. In ancient times, it was of course necessary to know about what there is and what there is not. As for the nature of this knowledge, ancient philosophers had many different theories, such as the theory of the forms (the forms of knowledge) as proposed by Plato, and the theory of the senses as proposed by Aristotle. Throughout the Middle Ages, it was a debate as to whether the senses of the human body, such as the eyes, are able to perceive the truth, or whether they are but aids, such as mirrors, to the intellect. When the debate was taken up again in the Renaissance, the advocates of the senses said that the senses are imperfect and fallible; they only serve as a necessary but not sufficient condition to knowledge. They also said that there is a greater condition, that of the intellect, and that the senses may be viewed as a condition to this greater condition, but that they do not make knowledge possible. The Aristotelians, however, argued that both the senses and the intellect are necessary conditions to knowledge, and that together they are the two necessary conditions. What is the function of the intellect? How does it fit in the use of knowledge? We may view knowledge as communication. And the intellect, so long as it is active, is what facilitates communication. Thus, we may view the intellect as the faculty of understanding and of inference. In fact, we may say that understanding is the faculty of knowledge, and inference the faculty of belief, as we understand what we believe. In the epistemology of the 17th century, a major, and still active, debate was on




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Catalogo De Sellos Edifil Espana 2012 Pdf

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