“That which is accepted as knowledge today is sometimes discarded tomorrow” Consider knowledge issues raised by this statement in two areas of knowledge
There are two ways of accepting knowledge, one which can be collective acceptance as a general public and another is personal acceptance. In the question, it claims that knowledge, which is justified true belief according to Plato, regarded in a system of facts, can be accepted today and then discarded tomorrow. We can accept things as a fact by the general public and also personally accept knowledge. Often times we claim something as fact today, while tomorrow that fact is rejected due to evidence against this fact and other reasoning. Many misconceptions have been accepted today and discarded tomorrow. To accept knowledge, we regard it as fact and file it into a system of facts either as a general public or personally. From there one would...
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