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PHL 322 - Theories of Knowledge.


A philosophy course or consent of instructor. (3).

Investigation of nature, sources and limits of knowledge, drawing from historical and contemporary sources. Consideration of questions such as: Can our senses ever be trusted? What is knowledge? What is its relationship to belief? Can I know something without realizing I do? Is it really possible to know anything at all?



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