Philosophy Essay | Peanut butter and a God

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Peanut butter and a God

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Peanut butter and a god

I am a rationalistic materialist refuting dualism, believing that it may be possible speaking in terms of metaphysics that nothing is real, and epistemologically what we can know, is nothing compared what can be known. While my being on this plane in a human body does not dictate my essence rather than it does my existence, for me, existence will always come before essence.

Epistemology is a branch of philosophy that studies the nature of knowledge. What is it that we can know? Scholars of epistemology are searching for the definition of knowledge. I believe knowledge comes from direct experience, experimentation, practicing what you are learning and by association. Furthermore, knowledge must be acquired through experience; it is not born into an infant. A child or adult becomes wise in the ways of the world through living life.

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