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Epistemology : a guide

John. Turri


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  • Title:
    Epistemology : a guide
  • Author: John. Turri
  • Description: 1.The best case for skepticism about the external world? (Stroud, "The Problem of the External World") -- 2.Proving the external world exists (Or: Let's all give Moore a hand!) (Moore, "Proof of an External World") -- 3.Some ways of resisting skepticism (Moore, "Four Forms of Scepticism") -- 4.Plausibility and possibilities (Moore, "Certainty") -- 5.Skeptic on skeptic (Klein, "How a Pyrrhonian Skeptic Might Respond to Academic Skepticism") -- 6.Realism in epistemology (Williams, "Epistemological Realism") -- 7.Socratic questions and the foundation of empirical knowledge (Chisholm, "The Myth of the Given") -- 8-9.The foundation of empirical knowledge? (Sellars, "Does Empirical Knowledge Have a Foundation?" and "Epistemic Principles") -- 10.It's not a given that empirical knowledge has a foundation (Bonjour, "Can Empirical Knowledge Have a Foundation?") --
    Contents note continued: 11.Interpretation, meaning and skepticism (Davidson, "A Coherence Theory of Truth and Knowledge") -- 12.Blending foundationalism and coherentism (Haack, "A Foundherentist Theory of Epistemic Justification") -- 13.Foundationalism, coherentism and supervenience (Sosa, "The Raft and the Pyramid") -- 14.Infinitism (Klein, "Human Knowledge and the Infinite Regress of Reasons") -- 15.The Gettier problem (Gettier, "Is Justified True Belief Knowledge?") -- 16.Some principles concerning knowledge and inference (Harman, Thought, Selections) -- 17.The essence of the Gettier problem (Zagzebski, "The Inescapability of Gettier Problems") -- 18.Knowledge is an unanalyzable mental state (Williamson, "A State of Mind") -- 19.Closure, contrast and semi-skepticism (Dretske, "Epistemic Operators") -- 20.Closure, contrast and anti-skepticism (Stine, "Skepticism, Relevant Alternatives, and Deductive Closure") --
    Contents note continued: 21.Keeping close track of knowledge (Nozick, "Knowledge and Skepticism") -- 22.Moore wins (Sosa, "How to Defeat Opposition to Moore") -- 23.The closure principle: dangers and defense (Vogel, "Are There Counter examples to the Closure Principle?") -- 24.Evidentialist epistemology (Feldman and Conee, "Evidentialism") -- 25.Non-defensive epistemology (Foley, "Skepticism and Rationality") -- 26.Reliabilism about justification (Goldman, "What Is Justified Belief?") -- 27.Reliabilism: a level assessment (Vogel, "Reliabilism Leveled") -- 28.Against externalism (BonJour, "Externalist Theories of Empirical Knowledge") -- 29.Against internalism (Goldman, "Internalism Exposed") -- 30.A skeptical take on externalism (Fumerton, "Externalism and Skepticism") -- 31.A friendly take on internalism (Feldman and Conee, "Internalism Defended") -- 32.Warrant (Plantinga, "Warrant: A First Approximation") -- 33.Intellectual virtues (Zagzebski, Virtues of the Mind) --
    Contents note continued: 34.Virtue epistemology (Greco, "Virtues and Vices of Virtue Epistemology") -- 35.Knowledge, luck and virtue (Pritchard, "Cognitive Responsibility and the Epistemic Virtues") -- 36.Epistemic value and cognitive achievement (Sosa, "The Place of Truth in Epistemology") -- 37.Giving up on knowledge (Kvanvig, "Why Should Inquiring Minds Want to Know?") -- 38.Giving up on (exact) truth (Elgin, "True Enough") -- 39.Naturalized epistemology advertised (Quine, "Epistemology Naturalized") -- 40.Naturalized epistemology criticized (Kim, "What is `Naturalized Epistemology'?") -- 41.Naturalized epistemology radicalized (Antony, "Quine as Feminist") -- 42.A apriori justification and unrevisability (Putnam, "There is at Least One A Priori Truth") -- 43.A priori justification and revisability (Casullo, "Revisability, Reliabilism, and A Priori Knowledge") -- 44.Philosophical method and empirical science (Bealer, "A Priori Knowledge and the Scope of Philosophy") --
    Contents note continued: 45.Experimental epistemology (Weinberg, Nichols and Stich, "Normativity and Epistemic Intuitions") -- 46.Natural kinds, intuitions and method in epistemology (Kornblith, "Investigating Knowledge Itself") -- 47.Contextualism and skeptical puzzles (DeRose, "Solving the Skeptical Problem") -- 48.Contextualism and infallibilist intuitions (Lewis, "Elusive Knowledge") -- 49.Contextualism and intuitional instability (Cohen, "Contextualist Solutions to Epistemological Problems") -- 50.Knowledge and action (Stanley, "Knowledge and Practical Interests, Selections") -- 51.Rationality and action (Fantl and McGrath, "Evidence, Pragmatics, and Justification") -- 52.One invariantist's scorecard (Hawthorne, "Sensitive Moderate Invariantism") -- 53.A relativist theory of knowledge attributions (MacFarlane, "The Assessment Sensitivity of Knowledge Attributions") -- 54.Rationality and trust (Baker, "Trust and Rationality") --
    Contents note continued: 55.Testimony and gullibility (Fricker, "Against Gullibility") -- 56.Some reflections on how epistemic sources work (Burge, "Content Preservation") -- 57.Testimony and knowledge (Lackey, "Testimonial Knowledge and Transmission") -- 58.Memory and knowledge (Huemer, "The Problem of Memory Knowledge") -- 59.Perception and knowledge (McDowell, "Criteria, Defeasibility, and Knowledge") -- 60.Skills and knowledge (Reynolds, "Knowing How to Believe with Justification").
  • Local Note: acq2015phl
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley Blackwell
  • Format: xii, 308 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Identifier: ISBN 9781444333695 (cloth);ISBN 1444333690 (cloth);ISBN 9781444333701 (pbk.);ISBN 1444333704 (pbk.)
  • Subjects: Knowledge, Theory of; Erkenntnistheorie; Knowledge, Theory of
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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