Master of Arts
Barnes, Robert Featherstone
Other advisers/committee members
Melchert, Norman P.
Starting with a rather straightforward account of what is involved in substantiating a knowledge claim it is found that two principles are essential and unavoidable: (1) the giving of reasons in support of the claim, and (2) the dependency of these reasons upon certain primary statements which cannot themselves be justified. These interests and concerns are what do, either explicitly or implicitly, determine and delineate what the cognitiv base will be. All of this serving to establish the central thesis of the essential relativity of knowledge.
Georgalis, Nicholas, "The foundations of knowledge" (1967). Theses and Dissertations. 3515.