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Old 06-08-19, 01:15 PM
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Re: What is knowledge?

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Originally Posted by aeon View Post
Fraser, what you posit is correct, and it is all we can do.

That said, the scientific method is one means by which we test. A multidisciplinary approach also helps.

Cheers,
Ian

Yes, but if you base our perception of reality on the concept of only being able to view one side of the rubik's cube. Then everything can appear correct based on what we percieve, but can still fundamentally be wrong based on what we can't percieve (the other sides).
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