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## 2007/12/29

### 知識論期末考計畫

1. What is Cartesian skepticism about empirical knowledge? Why is it a problem of underdetermination? According to you, can Cartesian skepticism be solved? If yes, how? If not, why?
2. Compare Agrippan skepticism and Cartesian skepticism regarding their similarities and differences, e.g., their arguments, conclusions, structures, scopes, and how serious they are, etc. According to you, which one is more threatening or persuasive? How would you respond to it?
3. What is Direct Realism with regard to the relation between perceptual experience and the external world? What is the Argument from Illusion against direct realism (including the first and the second stage)? According to your evaluation, how successful is the argument?
4. According to you, what is the relation between experience and empirical beliefs about the world? Can perceptual experience provide justification and knowledge? If yes, how? If not, why? Give an example to support your view.
5. What is foundationalism regarding the structure of justification? Present an argument for foundationalism. Present an argument against foundationalism. According to your evaluation, can foundationalism be defended?
6. What is coherentism regarding the structure of justification? Present an argument for coherentism. Present an argument against coherentism. According to your evaluation, can coherentism be defended?

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