Sconic thought is named for the scones served at the regular meetings of a group of historical avout, and for the ideas attributed to them.

Basics of sconic thoughtEdit

The sconics believed that a person can never talk about an object as it is, but only about their experience of it. All knowledge is mediated by sense organs (eyes, ears, etc) and so no object is ever experienced directly (objectively). Closely relates to interpretivism.

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