The Foundation of Knowledge and Thought
I critically evaluate the question of whether direct acquaintance should be viewed as the foundation not only of all knowledge, but of all thought. In exploring that issue I also underscore a critical ambiguity between two views that endorse quite different versions of an acquaintance theory of foundational thought.
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