Category Archives: Nature of Knowledge

Articles concerning the nature of knowledge, including descriptions of neurological constructivism and pragmatic empiricism.

The Basics

For thousands of years philosophers have gotten the science of our existence wrong. They have mistakenly assumed that we know or perceive the world around us; we do not, we cannot. They have believed that our sense perceptions are direct … Continue reading

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