The basis of knowledge

“An axiomatic concept is the identification of a primary fact of reality, which cannot be analysed i.e. broken down into component parts. It is implicit in all facts and all knowledge. It is the fundamentally given and directly perceived or experienced, which requires no proof or explanation, but on which all proofs and explanations rest.”

Click here to read chapter 6 of Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology.

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