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MarkCharles Donating Member (932 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Nov-06-11 10:19 AM
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68. A pretty good attempt to avoid answering the question, but
Edited on Sun Nov-06-11 10:20 AM by MarkCharles
FAIL.

The problem is one of semantics. You are defining knowledge in a way which is different from the standard.

You're throwing any type of human thought, experience, fantasy, dream, idea, whatever in with the kitchen sink and calling any and all human experiences potential examples of a "different way of knowing", but then refusing to point to any single example of anything "knowing" from all those human processes.
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