Methods of knowledge: an essay in epistemology

Definitions of knowledge. -- Sensation, feeling, and volition as cognitive factors. -- The conceptual view of knowledge. -- The origin of concepts. -- The cognitive value of concepts. -- Empiricism. -- Knowledge by sympathetic imitation. -- Sympathetic imitation in art. -- Sympathetic imitation in m...

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Main Author: Smith, Walter
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: New York London Macmillan 1899
Further subjects:B Self-consciousness
B Immitation
B Empiricism
B Conception
B Cognition
B Knowledge, Theory of
B Knowledge
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Summary:Definitions of knowledge. -- Sensation, feeling, and volition as cognitive factors. -- The conceptual view of knowledge. -- The origin of concepts. -- The cognitive value of concepts. -- Empiricism. -- Knowledge by sympathetic imitation. -- Sympathetic imitation in art. -- Sympathetic imitation in morality. -- Synthesis of the methods. -- The limits of knowledge. -- Self-consciousness. -- The philosophical problem. -- Practical applications