Conditions for Knowledge Conditions for Knowledge by Robert Nozick analyzes the conditions of knowledge that are sufficient and necessary for propositional knowledge. He uses two letters to express each argument. Those two letters are “S” and “P”. “S” refers to the subject of the argument, while “P” is the proposition. The three conditions of knowledge […]Read More The Conditioning : An Analysis of “Condition for Knowledge by Robert Nozick
Hello readers, in this post I want to share a case study I wrote 5 years ago during my college days in one of Management classes. It’s a case study based of Mike judge’s film Office Space and a fictional pizzeria called “Perfect Pizzeria”. I was to compare and come up with a solution to […]Read More So, what is it you would say you do here?