Reality, knowledge of reality, representation of the knowledge of reality

Epistemologia 1:71-85 (2012)

Abstract

Very often reality is identified with our knowledge of it, and in turn our knowledge of reality is identified with the linguistic manner of describing it. It is claimed that the three moments cannot be identified, by pointing out some crucial differences among them obtained through an analysis of the power and limitations of languages and of the manners of acquisition of knowledge.

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