On Stages of Cognition

Acta Baltica Historiae Et Philosophiae Scientiarum 10 (1):138-155 (2022)
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In all epistemological studies one has to employ, in one way or another, the concepts of “sensuous and rational knowledge,” “empirical and theoretical knowledge,” “essence and phenomenon.” But, unfortunately, the logical relationships of these concepts are not understood unambiguously, which prevents many epistemological issues from being examined with sufficient theoretical clarity. '



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