Under The Sun
Monday, October 06, 2003
"Just as knowledge of language cannot be separated from our more general knowledge of the world, so Davidson argues that knowledge of oneself, knowledge of other persons and knowledge of a common, 'objective' world form an interdependent set of concepts no one of which is possible in the absence of the others."
--Jeff Malpas, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
To figure out which of the many conceivable versions of that position Davidson actually holds, I'll have to go hunting for a copy of the essay "Three Varieties of Knowledge". I'll report when I figure something out, as if anyone else actually cared.
Comments: Post a Comment