Knowing About Knowledge

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Philosophy

 

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Darwin A

 

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February 24, 2014

 

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University

 

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Early in the book, Pirsig takes an in-depth look at the topic of knowledge. He claims that prominent laws of science are nonexistent, and that the only reason we accept them is because as humans, we are the subjects of mass hypnosis. Pirsig’s views on knowledge can be effectively linked to those of John Locke and Plato...
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Pirsig’s views on knowledge can be effectively linked to those of John Locke and Plato. Chapter Three begins with the group’s departure from the Red River Valley. Storm clouds were looming overhead, and the group of motorcyclists decided it would be best to seek shelter. They arrived at a motel where they would rest briefly, and eventually head into town for dinner...
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