The Knowledge Problem In Social Sciences: Epistemic Uncertainty
In this paper we deal with the problem of the knowledge under uncertain conditions. Since Plato definition in Teetetos, knowledge has been defined as a true belief and this has been thougt as a clear and distinct idea. So, if we have any kind of knowledge, it can´t be uncertain. We are trying to show how this poit of view changed since fuzzy sets theory has been pro-posed: it is now possible to define knowledge even in conditions of epistemic uncertainty. This is the point of view we try to explain here.
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Volume (Year): VII (2002)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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