By Guido Küng (auth.), Ioanna Kuçuradi, Robert S. Cohen (eds.)
Relating to the issues confronted this day, in contemplation and in sensible affairs, philosophers needs to confront the query `What is knowledge?', and look at even if wisdom has misplaced its item. Such used to be the matter put prior to the seminar convened by way of the Philosophical Society of Turkey at Ankara in 1989. The 17 papers derived from the lectures and discussions take care of difficulties of realizing and believing, of the categories and standards of data, of fact and fallibility, and of the cultural in addition to person elements in cognition. The authors comprise Guido Küng, L. Jonathan Cohen, Ernest Sosa, Arda Denkel, Venant Cauchy, David Evans, Gürol Irzik, Ioanna Kuçuradi, Evandro Agazzi, Richard T. DeGeorge, Kwasi Wiredu, Teo Grünberg, H. Odera Oruka, Jindrich Zeleny, V.A. Lektorsky, Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, and Francisco Miro Quesada. there's a severe and analytical Prologue through the convener of the Seminar, Ioanna Kuçuradi.
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108. 3 For further details, see, please, my 'Normlarin Bilimsel Temellendirilebilirligi' ('The Scientific Justification of Norms'), in <;ag~n Olaylan Arasinda, (Ankara, 1980). ', p. 112. 2 3 ° PROLOGUE I vii For this see, please, my 'Ahlak: ve Kavramlari' (Morals, Morality and Ethics'), in Uludag Konusmalan (Uludag Papers), (Ankara, 1988), pp. 20-36. 33 In connection with the different modes of evaluation see, please, my 'From Revolt to Philosophy', in Philosophers on Their Own Work (Bern, 1984, pp.
Differentiation among what I call value ascription, value imputation and right-wrong evaluation, the latter not to be done without keeping in mind the ontic and/or epistemic specificity of the object of evaluation 33 • All these are different objects of philosophical inquiry, a considerable part of which constitutes issues of Ethics as a cognitive philosophical discipline, where knowledge put forth is related to a special kind of objects, and consequently it can be verified or falsified; while norms themselves, though declarative-meaningful propositions, have no 'object', but are deduced from premises of different epistemic specifities, and by different kinds of reasoning.
The Concept of Knowledge: The Ankara Seminar by Guido Küng (auth.), Ioanna Kuçuradi, Robert S. Cohen (eds.)