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international journal of philosophy and social-psychological sciences
Volume 2, 2016, Issue 4
The Theory of Knowledge in Western and Eastern Philosophy: A Comparative Study
Mohammad Reza Shamshiri
Pages: 1-7

Abstract

Recognizing the problem of knowledge and how it has always been and always for philosophers of East and West on the basis of their intellectual each have to explain it. The importance of knowledge to the discussion is that it exists as one of the central issues in the philosophy known. This article has attempted to pass first, a brief descriptive analysis of the most important philosophers of views on knowledge of the West and the Muslim philosophers have, then the design similarities and differences in their views. The result is that Muslim philosophers felt alone cannot be the basis of all knowledge and perceptions; Science there cannot be examined without taking into account the fact that some of the factors causing the development of human existence, The prevailing view among philosophers is that the West is subject to (ego) the objects of knowledge and identity





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