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  • 1 Lecture 1 : New Under The Sun

  • 1.1 Popper

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  • Logic of Scientific Discovery:

    No Logic. Computers can do logic. Computers cannot discover.
  • 2 Meno's Paradox

  • 2.1 Plato's Theory

  • How do most socratic dialogues end?

    A Priori
  • 2.2 Meno's paradox

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  • Criticism of Meno's tacit assumption

    Fallacy of equivocation. Know can mean a vague ideo of knowing where to look
  • 2.2.2.1 Inquiry

  • How does inquiry work

    It recapitulates things already known; no new knowledge
  • 2.2.2.2 Theory of representation

  • What is the theory of recollection

    Transcendent wolrd of forms(met) + souls have seen these forms and we may tretrieve answers to non-empirical question from within our souls(ep)
  • How does Plato dismiss empirical questions?

    It is all about the transcent wordt of forms
  • 2.3 Aristotle

  • What is Aristotles metaphysics?

    Immanent form(universals) in this world. These are properties  independent of our observations.
  • What is Aritotle's traditional reading? (how to know immanent form

    Experience and abstraction. Science is demonstrative knowledge deductively inferred from first principles.
  • 2.4 1277: birth of modern science

  • Whereto led the condemnation of Moderate Aristotlelians and averroists?

    Double truth: science and theology
  • What did the condemnation of Tempier anticipates?

    The two contexts of discovery and justification. Experience towards first principles, from then on built into demonstrative knowledge
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