Difference between revisions of "Epistemology"

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The analysis of the nature of knowledge, how we know, what we can and cannot know, and how we can know that there are things we know we cannot know.
 
The analysis of the nature of knowledge, how we know, what we can and cannot know, and how we can know that there are things we know we cannot know.
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Different to certain [[liberal]] approaches, ''conservative epistemology'' does not focus on the examination of [[reality]] to gain knowledge, but rather to remove the [[liberalism|liberal]] aspects of reality to show its true [[conservative]] nature.
  
 
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Revision as of 07:00, 2 July 2007

The analysis of the nature of knowledge, how we know, what we can and cannot know, and how we can know that there are things we know we cannot know.

Different to certain liberal approaches, conservative epistemology does not focus on the examination of reality to gain knowledge, but rather to remove the liberal aspects of reality to show its true conservative nature.