Problems Of Knowledge
From Adams first day on earth, information and beliefs have been conveyed through and to every man to orient us in this world. It is from these beliefs and information that provide realization for our knowledge to offspring. Plato?s version of belief is concerned with the changing (especially the material world), and knowledge with the unchanging (e.g. mathematics). Other versions might suggest that we can have knowledge of our surroundings, but only when some physical thing is directly present to the mind. So knowledge is a direct relation, while belief is conceived as an indirect relation to the thing believed and the study of human knowledge is known as Epistomology. In some areas, we might say, knowledge is available, and in others it is not – or at least it is less freely available. The problems that epistemology faces revolve around the determination of the truth which all sources of knowledge fail to completely justify. Every form of knowledge whether it is gained through senses, authority, science, intuition or rationality has significant problems, which creates doubts in regards to the truth.
Descartes, a highly regarded philosopher, once argued that we cannot know something if we are unable to distinguish the
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