PROBLEMS OF KNOWLEDGE BY COMMUNICATION

Autores

  • A.R. Karimov
  • M.N. Solodukho

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22478/ufpb.2179-7137.2019v8n5.48624

Palavras-chave:

knowledge, communication, testimony.

Resumo

This article deals with the problems associated with communicative knowledge. It gives narrow and broad definitions of communicative knowledge. The concept of “evidence” is analyzed. The problem of the status of communicative knowledge is analyzed. It is substantiated that the transfer of communicative cognition is possible. The essential and sufficient conditions for the transfer of communicative knowledge are determined. As a sufficient condition for the transfer of knowledge, it is proposed the following: for any witness A and recipient B, if 1) A knows that p, and 2) B is convinced that p on the basis of the testimony of A, and 3) that B has no reason to prejudice the testimony of A , that p, then B knows that p. 4) The witness and the recipient have the maximum possible positive intellectual perfection. The article criticizes the reductive approach, which consists in the fact that any knowledge obtained by communication from another is secondary, because in the end it can be reduced to individual experience. The article defends non-reductionism, since it takes into account the collective nature of cognition. Others will also learn, and I can learn something from them.

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Biografia do Autor

A.R. Karimov

Kazan Federal University, Russia

M.N. Solodukho

Kazan National Research Technical University named after A.N. Tupolev - KAI, Russia

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Publicado

2019-10-27

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KARIMOV, A. .; SOLODUKHO, M. . PROBLEMS OF KNOWLEDGE BY COMMUNICATION. Gênero & Direito, [S. l.], v. 8, n. 5, 2019. DOI: 10.22478/ufpb.2179-7137.2019v8n5.48624. Disponível em: https://periodicos.ufpb.br/index.php/ged/article/view/48624. Acesso em: 31 jan. 2023.

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