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>knowledge that is derived from experience and experimentation
>vs
>knowledge that is derived from reason and logic
Do philosotards hang around here or do I need to take this up to /lit/.
What is this retarded distinction you people kept making a big deal out of and spams in every 101 lectures?
There is only one kind of knowledge - experiences processed through logics.
You philosotards dividing the two is like saying, "Well there are cookies made from doughs and then there are cookies made from ovens and we really don't know which cookies are better.."
It's completely nonsensical.
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>>16228635
What about all the no bake cookies which don't use dough nor ovens?



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