- Created by: Abiola Carter
- Created on: 14-05-12 05:00
Reason The capacity for rational argument and judgement
Experience process by which our senses take in data from the world outside our minds
Analytic/Synthetic propositions is the contrasting types of propositions we can have . Analytic - true by definition where the predicate is contained with the subject. Synthetic - not a priori analytic give us new information to how the world is.
A posteriori/ A priori is how we establish/ check our knowledge. A priori does not require sense experience to check whether it is true or not. A posteriori is knowledge that can only be established through sense experience.
Inductive/Deductive arguments methods by which we establish this knowledge. Inductive - starts with an observation and draws…