The True and the Evident

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one who judges with evidence does not constitute the meaning of these words. ... In analogy with what is generally true of the acquisition of concepts, the distinguishing mark of such judgements stands out when they are contrasted with  ...
Keywords Truth  Evidence  Knowledge, Theory of
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Call number BD163.B713
ISBN(s)   0203858239   9780203858233
DOI 10.2307/2217982
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