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Where does knowledge come from? Show more Show less

Where does knowledge come from. Is true knowledge even possible.

Knowledge can only be gained through rationalist proof Show more Show less

Sense data is fundamentally flawed. However through the application of the "principle of sufficient reason" and geometric thinking we are still able to learn fundamental truths about the world.
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Sense data is a fundamentally flawed way of looking at the world

You can never truly trust your senses. Anything you see or hear you could be mistaken about. As such we cannot trust anything we know through empirical study is flawed.
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