Aristotle's Two Worlds: Knowledge and Belief inPosterior Analytics 1.33

Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 110 (3pt3):323-346 (2010)
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At the end of Republic 5, Plato distinguishes epistêmê from doxa, knowledge from belief. In Posterior Analytics 1.33, Aristotle provides his own distinction between epistêmê and doxa. I explore his way of distinguishing them and compare it with Plato's

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