Originally published in 1949. Understanding the questions is the major problem when beginning philosophy. This book does not attempt to provide the answers, but defines the questions and shows by example how they should be tackled. Subjects treated include the nature of the objects of thought and judgment; truth and error in belief; perception and knowledge of the material world; the status and function of memory.
Preface 1. Introductory 2. Memory 3. Memory (Continued) 4. Universals 5. Judgment 6. Truth as Correspondence 7. Truth as Coherence, and Truth as Fact 8. Knowing and Believing