Human Factual Knowledge
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,Prentice-Hall (1971)
|Abstract||Concerning a person's knowledge of past events in his life: The empiricist theory of memory, by R. F. Holland. Memory, by W. Earle. Memory, by E. J. Furlong.--Concerning a person's knowledge of other minds: One's knowledge of other minds, by A. J. Ayer. Behaviourism, by C. H. Whiteley. Our evidence for the existence of other minds, by H. H. Price.--Concerning a person's knowledge of physical objects in his immediate vicinity: Phenominalism, by A. J. Ayer. The representative theory of perception, by R. J. Hirst. Physical objects, by C. H. Whiteley.--Bibliographical essay (p. 213-218).|
|Keywords||Knowledge, Theory of Empiricism Addresses, essays, lectures|
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|Call number||BD161.L376 1971|
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