Epistemology and Metaphysics

Dallas Willard Part 3 of 6

This lecture is a bit of a hodgepodge as Dallas moves on from introducing metaphysics to the first topic which is identity. The heart of the lecture is the question of whether some general account of knowledge needs to be in place (“how do you know?”) before anyone can know anything about metaphysics. But Dallas also discusses what an object is and finally he gets into the topic of identity, giving his “uninteresting” definition of identity.

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