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Plato's Epistemology

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Plato’s writings on Epistemology, (the study of sciences or the theory of knowledge), have a central place in his works. In this selection of texts, the author has kept an eye throughout on Plato’s discussion of particular philosophical problems concerned with knowledge such as the distinction between knowledge and belief,how one arrives at them – and what their objects are, and he has shown how Plato’s views on them appear to have developed. Andreas Sofroniou, DSc(Med) DSc(IT) PhD ExecMBA CEng FIoD is a retired Consultant Psychotherapist, a Principal Adviser to Government Departments, an Information Technology Executive with international organisations, an Expert on Computing for the European Union, a Life Fellow of the Institute of Directors, an affiliate Professor and Life Research Fellow of Institutes in the USA and the UK. As an author, Andreas Sofroniou’s books publications include: Philosophy, Epistemology, Medical Sciences, Psychology, Information... More > Technology, Fiction, Poetry, and Management.< Less
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ISBN
9781471666711
Edition
First
Published
January 17, 2013
Language
English
Pages
76
File Format
PDF
File Size
321.18 KB

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