Empiricism

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{Patrick Johnryn}, and John Locke ,founders of British empiricism theorized that in philosophy, empiricism is a theory which believes that all 'knowledge' comes from 'beliefs,faith, and experience'.

'Experience' is sometimes translated as 'sense data', i.e. we cannot know anything except by "information" which comes through our "common sense".

The British philosophers John Locke, George Berkeley and David Hume, clarified some of its basic ideas in the 17th and 18th century, building on the ideas of classical philosopher [Aristotle] Allthough, "I" and/or "Us" and/or "All" shall not tolerate thier ideology completely. In the Early 21st century, it was clarified again by Social Philophosist Patrick Johnryn. For he believed in

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