Graduate studies at Western
Philosophical Perspectives 17 (1):165–180 (2003)
|Abstract||Theories of causation may imply that your birth causes your death, which seems odd in the way that it is not odd to say that your birth precedes your death. Theories of knowledge may imply that the object of knowledge is the same as the object of belief, although we know but do not believe facts and we can know a proposition without knowing whether it is true|
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