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A comprehensive introduction to the theory of knowledge; the story of what it is to be a rational, sentient human being blessed with a mind, but confronted with a complex world. Structured around a central narrative thread, it also contains further reading and question sections, with worked exam questions, hints and guidance on the AQA exam. It will, however, appeal more widely to the general reader as well as to undergraduates and to those studying for the core requirements of the Intaernaional Baccalaureate.

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Dr Clare Hay has an interest in the Philosophy of Logic and Language, the History of Modern Philosophy and the History and Philosophy of Science. She is currently writing on the Theory of Knowledge and editing Hirschberger's Short History of Western Philosophy for The Lutterworth Press.

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Book Description Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. A comprehensive introduction to the theory of knowledge; this is a story of what it is to be a rational, sentient human being blessed with a mind, confronted with a complex world. Dr Clare Hay approaches this first book on the theory of knowledge as an introduction to the subject, building it up around the debate between rationalism and empiricism, between the thinking of knowledge as a product of thinking about the contents of our own minds, and the knowledge as a product of our interactions with the world around us. Written for the general reader, it is an excellent starting point for undergraduate and A/AS Level study. Structured around a central narrative thread, it also contains further reading and question sections, with worked exam questions, hints and guidance on the AQA exam. This book will be followed by the publication of The Theory of Knowledge and the Rise of Modern Science, a more sophisticated approach to the subject with an emphasis on the interactions between Science and Philosophy from the 17th century to date. Seller Inventory # BZV9780718830885

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