Distinction Of Rationalism And Empiricism

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July 14, 2016

 

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Locke asserts that humans are not born with knowledge about anything, and that the only way humans gain knowledge is through their experiences. His theory of human knowledge and the acquisition of that knowledge doesn’t allow for the probability of an individual who possesses a natural ability towards a particular talent, e...
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His theory of human knowledge and the acquisition of that knowledge doesn’t allow for the probability of an individual who possesses a natural ability towards a particular talent, e.g. an artist. David Hume, another Empiricist philosopher argued that humans gain knowledge from experience and that we should be sceptical of all other knowledge...
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