What do you think is our main or primary source of knowledge: reason, sense experience, or both? What do you think is more real, individual physical things or overall concepts and ideas (or is ultimate reality unknowable)? What is your reasoning for each view, and how do the two relate?
Potential considerations: What is more real, individual physical objects or general concepts and ideas; can we know what ultimate reality is, or is that impossible; why? Is sense experience necessary as the foundation or all knowledge or can we know things through reason without the senses; what gives us more solid and/or more important knowledge, sense perception or reason; why? Overall, which philosopher’s view on knowledge and reality did you agree with the most, and who did you agree with the least, and why? Feel free to bring in other relevant potential considerations.