A nice early 60s Pelican copy of English philosopher A.J. Ayer's fascinating study on philosophy of knowledge/epistemology
Known for his promotion of logical positivism, in this book Ayer tackles one of the central issues of philosophy - what is knowledge and how do we know things - by setting out sceptical arguments and attempting to counter them. Knowledge, certainty, skepticism, perception, memory, personal identity and continuity of self are all discussed in this thorough and very readable text...
Book Condition: Good