2018 Student Research Conference:
31st Annual Student Research Conference

Do You Really Know Anything? 


Staton M. Zaner
Dr. Chad Mohler, Faculty Mentor

Do you really know anything? I will be diving into the world of knowledge and asking if changing ideas warrants knowledge. The idea that one can not be rational in trying to have mostly true beliefs. The fact that most our beliefs will change over a long period of time as one finds error with them, proves that we do not have mostly true beliefs ever, therefore it is irrational to try to have true beliefs. As I examine the philosophical theory that I wrote for Philosophy and Religions Capstone one can view their own thoughts of knowledge with this in mind. If you are interested in the world and what we can truly know about it this is the section for you. If you have never thought about it before this is also the section for you as you can explore what it means to have true beliefs!

Keywords: Knowledge , Philosophy, Truth

Topic(s):Philosophy & Religion

Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: 310-1
Location: VH 1224
Time: 1:00

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