After Epistemology analyses the assumptions about language and communication underlying the theory of knowledge developed over three and a half millennia in the Western tradition. In this tradition, knowledge stands opposed on the one hand to ignorance and on the other hand to scepticism. The analysis opens up new perspectives on ways of thinking about everything we know or think we know, and examines critically the views of a wide range of eminent epistemologists from Plato to Popper.
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