The problem of future knowledge

Mind and Society 11 (2):149-163 (2012)
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The paper argues that future knowledge will in substantial measure be inscrutable for us today, with the principal exception of facts about the past. The paper considers the reasons for this circumstance and examines its wider implications for the condition of human knowledge.
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