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On the one hand, they see knowledge as based on perceptions (not innate ideas), which enable us to form concepts and beliefs. In their terms, we "assent" to an "impression" (phantasia) and thus produce "cognition" (katalepsis), which may constitute either belief/opinion or knowledge. They also maintain that a certain kind of perception (a "cognitive impression") necessarily yields a true cognition, a claim defended through sustained argument with skeptics in the Platonic Academy during the third and second centuries BCE.
Since even such unopposed opinions may nevertheless be false, how can an argument that relies on them be guaranteed to reach the truth? The answer lies in aporematic philosophy's dialectical capacity to criticize or examine. Because he is a generally educated person, an aporematic philosopher knows what is essential to a genuine science of whatever sort (Parts of Animals, 639al-8). Using his dialectical capacity to examine, therefore, a philosopher can, for example, determine whether a person, A, has any sort of mathematical knowledge or is simply a charlatan.