A New Approach To Realistic Epistemology

Dialectica 43 (1‐2):193-210 (1989)

SummaryMain theses and assumptions: I. The so called sense‐data do not exist; II. In sensory cognition we perceive immediately objects, their features and relations; III. Each simple cognitive situation comprises cognitive conditions. Accordingly, a full simple sentence ought to have the shape: p“under conditions C” where p has one of the forms ‐ ; IV The subject should be treated as an abstract entity, not be identified with the man; V. Existence is an empirical feature; VI. Reality is the totality of all existing objects; VII. Truth is accordance of the contents of sentences with reality.Some consequences of I‐VII have been investigated in the paper
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DOI 10.1111/j.1746-8361.1989.tb00938.x
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