Keisha Anderson
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The Uncertainty of Knowledge

“There is only one thing about which I am certain, and that is that there is very little about which one can be certain.” (W. Somerset Maugham).To me this is very powerful statement that stretches across all of the areas of philosophy. For this response I am going to focus on epistemology. What W. Somerset Maugham is saying is that there are things that we may believe to be true, but then we find out that what we believed may not be true. To me this is very powerful. First and foremost in faith…See More
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"Hi Keisha, My name is Leon Avrech in San Jose Calif. I am a retired middle school teacher and principal. I have a passion for helping new teachers. I have had a book published, "THINK YOU CAN TEACH? A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR NEW MIDDLE SCHOOL…"
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I teach 7th and 8th grade science. I am from central Nebraska, but have taught in Iowa the past two years.

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The Uncertainty of Knowledge

Posted on August 31, 2011 at 8:00am 0 Comments

“There is only one thing about which I am certain, and that is that there is very little about which one can be certain.” (W. Somerset Maugham).

To me this is very powerful statement that stretches across all of the areas of philosophy. For this response I am going to focus on epistemology. What W. Somerset Maugham is saying is that there are things that we may believe to be true, but then we find out that what we believed may not be true. To me this is very powerful. First…

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At 7:16pm on September 1, 2011, Leon Avrech said…

Hi Keisha, My name is Leon Avrech in San Jose Calif. I am a retired middle school teacher and principal. I have a passion for helping new teachers. I have had a book published, "THINK YOU CAN TEACH? A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR NEW MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHERS." Would you please pass this info on to your principal and new teachers. Maybe you know someone who is planning to teach.Available on amazon, ebooks, barnesandnoble.com xlibris.com  37 yrs. experience for $10. Covers classroom management, evaluations and observations, parent conferences, etc. etc. Thank you. Leon Avrech  email:legendleon@att.net

 

 
 
 

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