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Epistemology : New Essays / edited by Quentin Smith.

Contributor(s): Smith, Quentin, 1952-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2008 2008Description: vi, 330 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780199264940 (pbk.).Subject(s): Knowledge, Theory ofDDC classification: 121 Online resources: Table of contents only
Contents:
Introduction / Quentin Smith -- Knowledge needs no justification / Hilary Kornblith -- Useful false beliefs / Peter D. Klein -- Immediate justification and process reliabilism / Alvin I. Goldman -- Evidence / Earl Conee and Richard Feldman -- Experiential justification / Anthony Brueckner -- Skepticism and perceptual knowledge / Ernest Sosa -- Knowledge-closure and skepticism / Marian David and Ted A. Warfield -- Intuition and modal error / George Bealer -- Rational disagreement as a challenge to practical ethics and moral theory : an essay in moral epistemology / Robert Audi -- Irrationality and cognition / John L. Pollock -- Why epistemology cannot be operationalized / Timothy Williamson -- Epistemology dehumanized / Panayot Butchvarov.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Quentin Smith -- Knowledge needs no justification / Hilary Kornblith -- Useful false beliefs / Peter D. Klein -- Immediate justification and process reliabilism / Alvin I. Goldman -- Evidence / Earl Conee and Richard Feldman -- Experiential justification / Anthony Brueckner -- Skepticism and perceptual knowledge / Ernest Sosa -- Knowledge-closure and skepticism / Marian David and Ted A. Warfield -- Intuition and modal error / George Bealer -- Rational disagreement as a challenge to practical ethics and moral theory : an essay in moral epistemology / Robert Audi -- Irrationality and cognition / John L. Pollock -- Why epistemology cannot be operationalized / Timothy Williamson -- Epistemology dehumanized / Panayot Butchvarov.

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