Knowledge can only be gained through rationalist proof
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.
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.Explore
Knowledge can be gained through geometric proof
Baruch Spinoza believed that there was two types of knowledge. One form came from imagination, or mental images, while the other came from strict geometric proofs.Explore
Knowledge is impossible
Both the empirical and rationalist methods of gaining knowledge are flawed. To truly know anything is impossible.
Knowledge is the product of material conditions
We know what we know about the world because of where we live and the complex socioeconomic systems that are acting upon us at any given time. To reduce knowledge to the individual is reductive.Explore
Both sense data and geometric proofs are flawed ways of gaining knowlege
The arguments against both rationalist and empiricist approaches to knowledge are legitimate.Explore
Knowledge can be gained through a connection to god
During certain religious experiences people enter a state called gnosis that many believe grants one assess to true knowledge
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