A Guide Through the Theory of Knowledge Second Edition / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
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This is a new and revised version of a much-acclaimed text designed to be used on introductory courses in epistemology.
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About the Author
Adam Morton is Professor of Philosophy, University of Bristol. He has taught at Princeton University, University of Illinois at Chicago, and University of Ottawa. His publications include Frames of Mind (1980), Disasters and Dilemmas (Blackwell, 1991), and Philosophy in Practice: An Introduction to the Main Questions (Blackwell, 1995).
Table of Contents
1. Better and Worse Beliefs.
3. Reasoning and A Priori Knowledge.
4. Induction and Probability.
5. Middleword: Fallibilism.
6. What is Special about Knowledge?.
7. Knowledge of Minds.
8. Moral Knowledge.
9. Bayesian and Naturalist Approaches.
Afterword: the Search for Truth.
Appendix: for Teachers.