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Ernest Sosa – On the Nature and Value of Human Knowledge

October 14, 2007 Leave a comment Go to comments

Concordia Philosophy Department
Guest Speakers Series Presents
(sponsored by the Philosophy Student Association)

Dr. Ernest Sosa, Rutgers University: “On the Nature and Value of Human Knowledge.”

“The talk takes up two Platonic problems about knowledge; first, the problem of the nature of knowledge, raised in the Theaetetus; second, the problem of the value of knowledge, raised in the Meno. The talk presents of an account of epistemic normativity that enables a solution to both problems.”

Friday, October, 19th at 16:30 – 18:30
1515 St-Catherine W. room EV-1.615 (new building)

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