Epistemology: New Essays

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Epistemology: New Essays offers a cutting-edge overview of the current state of the field. It presents twelve new essays from several of the philosophers who have most influenced the course of debates in recent years. The selections cover a wide range of topics including epistemic justification, solipsism, skepticism, and modal, moral, naturalistic, and probabilistic epistemology. In addition, the philosophers who pioneered such approaches as reliabilism, evidentialism, infinitism, and virtue epistemology further develop these perspectives in this volume.
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"This is a stellar collection of epistemologists writing at the center of their specialties. It is not just reviewer boilerplate to say that this volume is ideal for an epistemology course for advanced majors or a graduate seminar in contemporary epistemology. Almost everyone who works in epistemology will want to read at least some of these essays."--Trent Dougherty, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780199264940
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication date: 8/24/2008
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Quentin Smith is the University Distinguished Faculty Scholar and Professor of Philosophy at Western Michigan University,

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Table of Contents

PART ONE: KNOWLEDGE
1. Knowledge Needs No Justification, Hilary Kornblith
2. Useful Falsehoods, Peter Klein
PART TWO: EVIDENCE AND JUSTIFICATION
3. Immediate Justification and Process Reliabilism, Alvin Goldman
4. Evidence, Earl Conee and Richard Feldman
5. Experiential Justification, Anthony Brueckner
PART THREE: SOLIPSISM
6. Skepticism and Perceptual Knowledge, Ernest Sosa
7. Knowledge-Closure and Skepticism, Marian David and Ted A. Warfield
PART FOUR: MODAL EPISTEMOLOGY AND MORAL EPISTEMOLOGY
8. Modal Error, George Bealer
9. Rational Disagreement as a Challenge to Practical Ethics and Moral Theory: An Essay in Moral Epistemology, Robert Audi
PART FIVE: EPISTEMOLOGY OF RATIONALITY, PROBABILITY, AND NONFORMAL INFERENCES
10. Irrationality and Cognition, John Pollock
11. Why Epistemology Can't be Operationalized, Timothy Williamson
12. Epistemology Dehumanized, Panayot Butchvarov

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