Epistemology

version 7 by Eric Eve

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  • Book 2 - Familiarity

    Chapter 1 - Basic Familiarity

    A thing can be familiar or unfamiliar. A thing is usually unfamiliar.

    Carry out examining something visible (this is the mark items as seen on examining rule):
    now the noun is familiar;
    now the noun is seen.

    Definition: a thing is known if it is familiar or it is seen.

    Definition: a thing is unknown if it is not known.