New Epistemology of Jan Srzednicki. Strategy -not a System -'Incompleteness' as a Theoretical Fact
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Although Srzednicki accepts Wittgenstein's critical conclusion concerning traditional epistemology, he claims that Wittgenstein 'failed to identify the reason for this difficulty, and consequently was unable to proceed further'. A completely new perspective is needed to meet his challenge. However, we have to abandon the idea that there is only one single move to do so or that there is a linear (systematic) way of building such a strategy. By building a complex multilevel architecture of reasoning Srzednicki proves that it is possible to deliver a positive answer to the Kantian question : 'how knowledge is possible at all', if and only if we liberate ourselves from traditional unidimensional way of seeing things. The epistemic questions are 'complex' and cannot be answered 'directly' - they require many subtle logical distinctions and 'indirect' treatment.
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