[FE 1019]  BAC. 2nd yr Epistemology I – 24.25

Semester I
tuesday 10:30 - 12:15

Course Information

Professor: DAVENPORT, Thomas
Email: xw [email protected]

Language: English

Semester I
tuesday 10:30 - 12:15


After some brief historical framing of the question of knowledge. This course will provide a thorough grounding and exposition of a Thomistic theory of knowledge, rooted in Thomistic metaphysics and anthropology. This will seek to answer, from a Thomistic perspective: What is knowledge? What does it mean for knowledge to be true? and What true knowledge can be certainly known?


Bibliography: AQUINAS, Summa Theologiae (Benzinger Bros., 1920). ARISTOTLE, The Basic Works of Aristotle, edited by Richard McKeon (Random House, 2002). REGIS, Epistemology (MacMillan, 1959)