Oxford University Press (1999)
|Abstract||Being Known is a response to a philosophical challenge which arises for every area of thought: to reconcile a plausible account of what is involved in the truth of statements in a given area with a credible account of how we can know those statements. Christopher Peacocke presents a framework for addressing the challenge, a framework which links both the theory of knowledge and the theory of truth with the theory of concept-possession.|
|Keywords||Knowledge, Theory of Metaphysics|
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|Call number||BD161.P38 1999|
|ISBN(s)||0198238592 0198238606 9780198238591|
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