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Lecture 8

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Department
Philosophy
Course
PP111
Professor
Gary Foster
Semester
Winter

Description
PP111 Lab 8 Notes Key Factors of Rationalism: 1. Innatism: the view that there are innate ideas (mathematics or concepts of god) 2. Apriorism: the view that there is knowledge obtained independent of experience;  truth of reason has some foundation of worth 3. Intelligibility of Nature: the view that nature is fundamentally intelligibility;  nature has no mystery The Empiricism Challenge: 1. All knowledge is gained through experience.  It follows that there are no innate  ideas and no apriori truths 2. There are principle limitations on what we can know about nature John Locke • Experience is the only source for justification for acquiring knowledge • There are no innate ideas, principles of truth; we are a bl
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