To what extent do personal attributes affect Ways of Knowing and why, if at all, does answering this question matter in the first place?
Einstein's belief in God made him reason differently about the new physics (quantum physics). He would not accept this new way of looking at things, and simply denied the probabilistic world view by saying "God is not malicious". Even though there are flaws in the realm of knowledge, like how can everyone with a different opinion know the same thing and if that how do we know what we know is the right way of knowing. Someone's personal attributes does affect the ways of knowing. The ways of knowing can be broken up into four different categories, emotion, reason, perception, and language.…
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