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Locke's scepticism concerning natural science
Locke was a sceptic about the possibility of scientific knowledge of corporeal substance. Scientific knowledge is knowledge which is certain, universal, and instructive. According to Locke, to have certain and instructive ...
The input objection: Bane of coherence theory
A pure coherence theory of empirical justification claims that the justification of empirical beliefs is based solely on internal relations. This claim gives rise to the input objection, which states that pure coherentism ...
The meaning of illness: A phenomenological approach to the patient-physician relationship
This work provides a phenomenological account of the experience of illness and the manner in which meaning is constituted in the physician-patient relationship. Rather than representing a shared reality between physician ...
The death and resurrection of reason: On Kierkegaard's view of philosophy
Kierkegaard identifies "philosophy" as the perspective which seeks to grasp Truth with thought. Thought is taken as a passion for ideality, immanence, and closure. But for Kierkegaard Truth involves reality transcendence, ...