Dallas Willard | May 27, 1997

Ontology of Knowledge

For this three week philosophy class given at Biola University Dallas asks the questions: "What are the constituents of knowledge as act and as condition? How is knowledge and its constituents positioned in reality as a whole?" In the first week he gives his own view of knowledge. In the second, he works through that of Susan Haack. In the third he discusses Putnam and Lyotard.

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Ontology of Knowledge: Willard 1

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Dallas Willard | May 27, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Willard 2

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Dallas Willard | May 28, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Willard 3

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Dallas Willard | May 29, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Willard 4

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Dallas Willard | May 30, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Haack 1

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Dallas Willard | June 2, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Haack 2

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Dallas Willard | June 3, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Haack 3

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Dallas Willard | June 4, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Haack 4

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Dallas Willard | June 5, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Haack 5

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Dallas Willard | June 6, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Putnam 1

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Dallas Willard | June 9, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Putnam 2

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Dallas Willard | June 10, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Putnam 3

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Dallas Willard | June 11, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Lyotard 1

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Dallas Willard | June 12, 1997
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Ontology of Knowledge: Lyotard 2

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Dallas Willard | June 13, 1997