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From the Publisher"In this book Clayton Littlejohn defends the unorthodox view that there are no justified false beliefs. But his book will be a must-read for anyone, orthodox or not, who is interested in the theory of justification, and in epistemic normativity more generally. I cannot say whether his view will win the day; but I can say that his arguments will be a core part of the debate going forward."
—Sanford Goldberg, Northwestern University
"This is an up-to-date and accessible treatment of core areas of concern in contemporary epistemology. Highly recommended."
—Trent Dougherty, Baylor University
"...Littlejohn’s book hence is a work of contemporary epistemology that engages deeply with a range of concerns in value theory."
—Robert Talisse, New Books in Philosophy