"Foley's book is an admirable and important treatment of a topic that, as a result, has gotten far less attention that it deserves." Philosophy in Review
"...[This book] makes a real contribution to the normative theory of reliance on testimony." Ethics
"Intellectual Trust in Oneself and Others is a fine example of how an approach that is broadly meta-epistemological in spirit can lead to a fresh perspective on a number of core issues in epistemology. Amongst the topics discussed by Foley are such classics as the origins of scepticism, the nature of epistemic rationality and justification, the principles underlying belief revision, and the epistemology of testimony."
Axel Gelfert, University of Cambridge, Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy