Worlds of Truth: A Philosophy of Knowledge

Wiley-Blackwell (2009)
_Worlds of Truth: A Philosophy of Knowledge_ explicates and builds upon a half century of philosophical work by the noted philosopher Israel Scheffler. Propounds a new doctrine of _plurealism_ which maintains the existence of multiple real worlds Offers a defense of absolute truth, which denies certainty and eschews absolutism, and defends systematic relativity, objectivity, and fallibilism Emphasizes a wide range of pragmatic interests: epistemology and scientific development, cognition and emotion, science and ethics, ritual and culture, and art and science
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Call number BD161.S325 2009
ISBN(s) 9781405191708   1405191708  
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