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Video Summary 1
From a philosopher’s perspective, knowledge is a justified belief about something. In this
case, one ought to have evidence about a particular disposition to the truth for him or her to be
termed as knowledgeable about the concept. Notably, a belief is a particular predisposition to a
particular event, which one views as the truth. Consequently, if one cannot produce evidence
about the said concept, then knowledge becomes a belief. On the other hand, there are cases in
which one could possess wrongful evidence about a particular event, and ends up being right
about the eventual outcome. In this case, his belief would be justified, but the justification would
be wrong. This ends up being one of the primary challenges with the primary definition of
knowledge from a philosopher’s perspective, primarily because the existence of justification
does not always imply knowledge: One could simply be lucky to be right about something,
which does not qualify as knowledge.
Video Summary 2
People cannot always hold beliefs to be true and there are always cases in which doubt
arises and, unless affirmed, the beliefs remain questionable. Consequently, skepticism involves
cases in which one develops doubts over the truth in his or her beliefs about a particular subject.
On the other hand, local doubts, include doubts that only exist at a particular point or time, and
once one crosses the point or time, the doubts are confirmed. Alternatively, if one cannot confirm
the truth in the doubt in question, then the doubt would be regarded as global doubt. In as much
as doubt may be highly consequential in preventing achievement or appropriate beliefs about
certain concepts, it facilitates human ability to know that they are thinking beings. Although
radical skepticism leads one into questioning whether everything he or she knows is actually true
or a planted memory of events, the fact that one develops doubts confirms that we are indeed
Descartes Meditation 1
The First Mediation by Descartes seeks to address existing falsehoods on issues the
mediator previously thought to be true. It questions the role of doubt in human personality and
the implications such has on the thought process. Rather than consider some of the concepts that
one doubts and finds to be false as the only falsehoods in his or her knowledge, it would be best
to delve into a complete effort to determine truthfulness in the entirety of his knowledge. Such
skepticism results to doubts about everything that one knows as opposed to having entire
knowledge questioned by minor...