Excerpt from The Scholastic Theory of the Species Sensibilis: Dissertation
Contemporary philosophy is interested in the theory of knowledge more than in any other branch of specula tive thought. Before we philosophize we are asked to demonstrate the possibility of knowledge, ... and in order to do this, we must determine the nature of knowledge. But to define knowledge apart from the process by which it is acquired, is impossible.1 Hence we must go back one more step and investigate the origin of knowledge.
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