Epistimology is the theory, specifically the nature and scope of knowledge.

Do you believe in truth?

If you adequetely know something to be true how do you differentiate that from belief?

How does knowledge relate to truth?

How does knowledge relate to belief?

How is justification different from truth and belief?

How do you produce knowledge?

Discuss skepticism as it relates to knowlege claims.

How is knowledge aquired?

What do people know? Is there a categorical difference between one person knowing something to be true and 10 people? How about 100 or one million people?

Can our senses be trusted? Refer back to the Wikipedia article and Steven Pinker's point on the innate and write a lengthy paper on senses and knowledge.

What is the difference between opinion, knowledge and wisdom?

Here the dictionary definitions of knowledge are less than helpful.

Discuss epistemology and phenomenology.

A proposition is a sentence expressing something true or false.

First person declaritive statements express the same proposition regardless of whoever the speaker is.

Create a graph showing three circles, truth | knowledge | belief, with knowledge in the middle.

Responses to Gettier...
Fallibilism -
Indefeasibility -
Nyaya Theory -
Reliabilism -

  • above is really vague and doesn't add much to my understanding.

Other Responses

  • Robert Nozick
  • Simon Blackburn (no quotes on Google,
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