Gilles Gaston Granger
Towards Philosophical Knowledge Publication date : January 1, 1988
Is philosophy a form of knowledge? Are there philosophical truths? Is it possible to prove something in philosophy? Rejecting the temptations of both dogmatism and literary subjectivism, G.-G. Granger shows that philosophy, through its diversity, constitutes an authentic form of knowledge, one which is rigorous if not provable.