Doubt and intuition in ancient Philosophy

Authors: Zhdanov S.G. Published: 26.03.2019
Published in issue: #2(76)/2019  
DOI: 10.18698/2306-8477-2019-2-598  
Category: The Humanities in Technical University | Chapter: Philosophy Science  
Keywords: intuition, biased doubt, objective doubt, necessity, ancient philosophy , cognition

The article considers the relation of biased and objective doubt, as well as intuition in the philosophy of Socrates, Plato and other ancient thinkers

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