Monthly Archives: April 2013

Understanding is always incomplete.

It is a mistake to think that you understand anything completely. Something is always missing. I’m not the first to point this out. In 1233, Zen master Eihei Dōgen (source) wrote: For example, when you sail out in a boat to the midst of an ocean where no land is in sight, and view the four […]

Here Begins

This site is written by me, John R. Josephson, as a way to work out some basic issues in epistemology (the philosophy of knowledge), and to develop material for a book to be entitled Knowledge Without Certainty. I hope for help from critical readers in the form of comments and discussion. Accordingly, I strongly invite constructive comments and […]