Flashcards in Knowledge Deck (5)
Argument of perception by Russell...
No two people can see the exact same distribution of colors because no two people can see it from the exact same point of view. The same thing applies to shape, texture, touch, etc.
Present an argument by DZ Phillips rebutting Russell
Why should we doubt what seems so evident as to not need stating? Even if we feel that there is something odd about someone's philosophical doubts, the response won't change the doubters mind.
3 necessary conditions of knowledge
1. You are sure of it
2. It is true
3. You have a right to be sure
Explain necessary and sufficient conditions
1. Necessary: something can not occur without something else
2. Sufficient: something that occurs ensures that something else will happen