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The dogmatic argument, which rests on accepted precepts which are merely asserted rather than defended. Münchhausen trilemma is overcome by this reasoning: Stipulating relations between finite strings is the only way that arbitrary finite strings acquire any semantic meaning thus is not merely dogmatic. Language only acquires meaning on the basis of ...


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Consider the phrase "I know that I know nothing." This would be a logical contradiction so you must be certain of something. Now that we dispelled global skepticism (the idea that we cannot be certain about anything) we can analyze how we came to this notion. If you are not a mystic, there are only two ways for gaining knowledge: the senses and ...


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