Please review our Terms and Conditions of Use and check box below to share full-text version of article.
- Never Shake Hands with a War Criminal.
- Welcome to PhilArchive!.
- Product description.
- Tanjoubi-uranai YOUR BIRTHDAY 12/29 (Japanese Edition).
- Paris as It Was and as It Is?
- The Development of Byron's Philosophy of Knowledge: Certain in Uncertainty.
Abstract Uncertainty is pervasive in ecology where the difficulties of dealing with sources of uncertainty are exacerbated by variation in the system itself. Citing Literature.
PhilArchive: The Philosophy E-Print Archive
Volume 12 , Issue 2 April Pages Related Information. Close Figure Viewer. Browse All Figures Return to Figure. Previous Figure Next Figure. Log in with your society membership Log in with ESA. Email or Customer ID. Forgot password?
Old Password. Her best friend in Cambridge loves cute stuff. Laura Quinney edit. Bernhard Jackson. Taking a fresh approach to Byron, this book argues that he should be understood as a poet whose major works develop a carefully reasoned philosophy of knowledge. Situating him with reference to the thought of the period, it argues for Situating him with reference to the thought of the period, it argues for Byron as an active thinker, whose final philosophical stance - reader-centred scepticism - has wide-ranging practical implications.
Showing how Byron draws upon the ideas and works of John Locke, David Hume, and George Berkeley, as well as Scottish Enlightenment philosophers such as William Drummond and Thomas Reid, The Development of Byron's Philosophy of Knowledge frames a Byron who is influenced by the intellectual advances of his period but who moves beyond them, a thinker in his own right. More Info: Palgrave, Philosophy and English Literature.
You are here
View on amazon. Save to Library.
Publisher: muse. Christine Kenyon Jones, ed. My Account.
Description Jackson here argues that Byron should be understood as a poet whose major works develop a carefully reasoned philosophy of knowledge: reader-centred scepticism. New arrivals.