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He conjectures that the Greeks treat propositional knowledge as a special case in objectual knowledge, due to its grammatical structure. Here, instead of using a ‘that’–clause, it treats the object of propositional knowledge as a ‘thing considered as having a quality’. Therefore, a sentence such as ‘I know that Socrates is wise’ becomes ‘I know wise Socrates’, as it would also be in Latin – cognosco Socratem and scio Socratem (esse) erudītum. ’), Theaetetus’s first response is to offer examples.
Moreover, Socrates, who is the main character in the majority of Dialogues, is represented as heard by ‘someone’ or some named individuals. With this caveat, we can then follow the line set out by Russell (1995: p. 163) who contends that in Plato ‘there is a doctrine that there is nothing worthy of being called “knowledge” to be derived from the senses, and that the only real knowledge has to do with concepts’. He also points out that ‘Theaetetus’ and its enquiry of ‘what knowledge is’ (Plato, 1989) is a work which deals with Plato’s strong criticism of the view that knowledge could be the same thing as perception (Hamilton, 1989).
343–344) enumerates three means of realization by which to reach it: (1) practical, (2) intellectual, (3) intuitional. ’ Buddhists always practised Dhyāna (meditation), but Zen does it more systematically (Suzuki, 2000: p. 345). China: Confucianist epistemology: Zhu Xi and Wang Yang-Ming Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism In his book, written in an ornate classic Chinese entitled Indicators of the Goals of the Three Teachings, Kukai (1972), an eighth/ninth-century Japanese Buddhist monk, refers to and compares three teachings as the main ideologies of his days in Eastern Asia, namely, Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism, deeming them to be self-contained systems of thought.