Knowledge empiricism

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  • Knowledge  empiricism
    • Analytic
      • True in virtue of the meaning of its words
    • Synthetic
      • Not true in the virtue of the meaning of the words
        • True in virtue of the way the world is
    • A-priori
      • knowledge that does not require sense experience to be known to be true
    • A posteriori
      • Knowledge that requires sense experience to be known to be true
    • Empiricism
      • If a proposition is not made true via logic or meaning, then it has to be via sense experience
    • Rationalism
      • we can have a-priori knowledge of synthetic propositions
    • Hume's fork
      • Matters of fact
        • known through sense experience and induction
      • Relations of ideas
        • Known by deduction and is a contradiction to deny them

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