There are two knowledges.Arising_uk wrote:Not really, as it also gives us the truth conditions for the possible empirical propositions.Impenitent wrote:it gives us a circle of definitions, nothing more...Well, if we are saying that induction is necessarily true then I agree that this is a false assumption but within Logic structured induction and recursion is a necessarily true prove procedure, or at least I think so.... empirical evidences of singular instances are erroneously attributed to all (universal/similar) instances including un-sensed future instances... it's just how we think...
Anyhoo, I'm slightly lost as to whether you think there is other knowledge other than the scientific form? And whether logical knowledge is such a one?
one intellictual and one spiritual from the Holy Spirit.
"Be still and know".