Modes of Knowledge and Intuition
There is a widespread belief that the senses give us knowledge of particulars and the mind (or reason) gives us knowledge of meanings and universals. I want to examine this belief in order to indicate the various modes of knowledge and their sources. This should help us arrive at a better understanding of intuition and how it functions.
KeywordsIntended Meaning Sense Experience Family Resemblance Meaningful Statement Open Sentence
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