What can we learn from psychology about the nature of knowledge?

Abstract : This (yet unpublished) paper argues that some of the data about the acquisition of knowledge and belief concepts by children support the view that the concept of knowledge is mastered earlier than the concept of belief. I argue that it reinforces Tim williamson's conception of the primacy of knowledge in epistemology, and that it is a good example of the interaction between (naïve) psychology and epistemology.
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Contributeur : Pascal Engel <>
Soumis le : samedi 19 octobre 2002 - 19:12:43
Dernière modification le : samedi 21 avril 2018 - 16:26:01

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Pascal Engel. What can we learn from psychology about the nature of knowledge?. 2002. 〈ijn_00000218〉

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