We argue that the non-Indigenous claimants did so in order to legitimise their positions as the 'right' sort of knowers
Adopting a socially situated perspective on knowledge may paradoxically lead to an even greater differentiation in the knowledge held by different knowers
But a problem arises here because, if a first transition is either not an alteration at all or is an alteration that is not a kind of destruction of something by its contrary', what are we to make of the claim, at 417a31-2, that a potential knower
becomes an actual knower
, having been altered through learning, i.
Jeremiah evaluated the legitimacy of knowers
on the basis of their education and intelligence.
Although their locations of this naivete are divergent, their generally nostalgic gloss on the category of naive knowledge and it association with US-American empiricism also works to establish both as worldly and yet world-weary knowers
Here, knowledge is equally the unitive force between the knower
and the known, and the result of Christ's indwelling in the mind.
Next, I shall ask how we might use the insights of philosophers to shed light on these different knowers
and the types of knowledge they have.
Instead, Independent Knowers
are more autonomous in their search for knowledge as articulated in the following responses from the MER questionnaire:
Yet this worldly perspective is at once made intimate, immediate and personal, and one could argue, made more powerful since extraordinary-because-ordinary women are the doers, the tellers, the knowers
Baxter Magolda found that most of her 101 students came to college as absolute knowers
and left more strongly Transitional (70).
But the vicar, Rev Stephen Knowers
, took a more charitable attitude saying: "They don't cause any trouble and discourage any serious problems, like vandalism, by being there.
Let us further imagine that as a starting point that these terms are in their perfect ideal state and are totally understood in their entirety by all potential knowers
The present volume includes an introduction, discussing the nature of the fourth part of al-Isharat and the procedures followed in analysing and translating it; a lengthy analysis of Ibn Sina's ideas on the three main topics in this part of al-Isharat (the nature of happiness, the stations of the knowers
, and the signs manifested by the knowers
); and a translation of this part.
Social constructionism, in various guises, brings into question the possibility of anyone ever knowing a world that exists independently of knowers
The upshot of his argument is to claim for himself and his secular humanist friends the role of superior moral knowers
, while the rest of us are required to sit down, shut up, and obey our betters.