An Introduction to Projective Geometry and Its Applications: by Arnold Emch

By Arnold Emch

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What is important here is to recognize this distinction. If we debate the merits of school and offer good evidence for our positions, we are following the recommendations of Chapter One and are accepting the concept of knowledge as true, justified belief. Such belief is justified by showing it to be objective and universal. In talking about school itself, our belief is objective: we are referring to an educational institution, curriculum, faculty, etc. that exists in the world independently of Smith and Jones.

If you've ever thought about the difference between your own private experiences of hopes and dreams and disappointments and feelings and the more "public" world around you where people attend class, teach class, write papers, go to parties, you've begun exploring the difficult relationship between how your private experiences can bring you to know the public world. , estrangement from a valued friend, a run of bad luck), you might find yourself questioning what you thought you knew. " In one way or another, relativism seems to offer some very appealing and often interesting responses to these various concerns.

In other words, to avoid such a contradiction we may talk about Smith and Jones instead of about school. However, we often intend to say something about school itself, not Page 21 about Smith or Jones. And we may present the above statements as claims to knowledge about the world, not as simply depicting attitudes of Smith or Jones. What is important here is to recognize this distinction. If we debate the merits of school and offer good evidence for our positions, we are following the recommendations of Chapter One and are accepting the concept of knowledge as true, justified belief.

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