Methodist, Particularist, Skeptic

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Philosophy

 

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Michael M

 

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August 8, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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I know this table is real, so, therefore, I have a method of knowing that this desk next to it, is real. A Methodist would say that you cannot establish any kind of knowledge without first establishing a sound method of "knowing" that knowledge to be true. In other words, any idea of knowledge is not possible without first acquiring a pure "method" of truth gathering...
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An example would be a table again. I knock on the table. This is a method to decide whether this is a table or not. This verifies that the table is real. Therefore, I have a method to decide whether or not the table is real and then I have the knowledge that the table is real. Both of these responses to the skeptical argument of the circular problem of criterion are flawed...
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