t least since Plato’s Meno, the question of what counts for knowledge and, its correlative, how to distinguish true knowledge from what is merely probable or uncertain, has been part of the great conversation of Western civilization. In fact, here as elsewhere, the history of philosophy is a series of footnotes to Plato. His works not only provide the parameters of the debate, but also a clear statement of the problem and the development of the relevant terms. This is certainly the case Continue Reading
Posts by Kevin Clark
About Kevin Clark
Kevin Clark is the academic dean and a member of the teaching faculty of The Geneva School of Winter Park, Florida. He is also a doctoral candidate in Georgetown University's graduate liberal studies program. Kevin holds degrees in philosophy from the University of Central Florida and theology from the Reformed Theological Seminary. At The Geneva School he has taught such courses as aesthetics, rhetoric, Christian theology, and the history of Western philosophy. The focus of his doctoral research concerns the pedagogical significance of the hermeneutic philosophy of Hans-Georg Gadamer. Kevin lives with his wife and four children near Orlando, Florida.