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. . .d or moist, there is a corresponding confusion and want of retentiveness; in the muddy and impure there is indistinctness, and still more in the hard, for there the impressions have no depth of wax, and in the moist they are too soon effaced. Yet greater is the indistinctness when they are all jolted together in a little soul, which is narrow and has no room. These are the sort of natures which have false opinion; from stupidity they see and hear and think amiss; and this is falsehood and ignorance. Error, then, is a confusion of thought and sense.

Theaetetus is delighted with this explanation. But Socrates has no sooner found the new solution than he sinks into a fit of despondency. For an objection occurs to him:—May there not be errors where there is no confusion of mind and sense? e.g. in numbers. No one can confuse the man whom he has in his thoughts with the horse which he has in his thoughts, but he may err in the addition of five and seven. And ob. . . Read More

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Epistemological Idiots

Here Plato engages with the concept of ‘knowledge’ and ‘understanding’ as in many other dialogues, but Theaetetus is often hailed as ‘Plato’s most sustained study of epistemology,’ and is a deep investigation into the question ‘What is knowledge?’ As such, it is the foundin

… wonder is the feeling of a philosopher, and philosophy begins in wonder.

As I slowly make my way through Plato’s works, this dialogue stands out for being by far the most technical. Plato discusses a question that has dogged every philosopher from antiquity to modern times: What is knowledge? H

I can appreciate the genius of Plato but I disagree with the belief that all things can be reasoned out without the use of empirical knowledge. Rationalism is flawed in a way because (most) humans have poor memories, many of our ideas are warped by our biases, therefore our pre-sense reasoning can o

نخستین تلاش های (البته تلاشهایی بی سرانجام) برای پاسخ به این سوال که دانش چیست و ما چه می دانیم و آنچه می دانیم چیست؟

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