Christopher

Settling the debate on Altruism

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"Absolute certainty" is simply the highest degree of certainty. It does not mean "infallible certainty," however, because a fallible mind cannot produce infallible knowledge.

I am not certain ( :) ) the above statement is true. I can't quite put my finger (or maybe my neurons) on it, but it seems that the very meaning of knowledge presupposes the fact of existence. Maybe identification of the fact of existence is knowedge about which one cannot be in error? (i.e. "infallible knowledge") To assert otherwise seems to involve the "stolen concept" in some way.

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