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Arguing about Knowledge

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ISBN-10: 0415448395

ISBN-13: 9780415448390

Edition: 2008

Authors: Duncan Pritchard, Ram Neta, Ram Neta

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List price: $51.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 10/24/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 600
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.288
Language: English

General Introduction
What is knowledge?
Introduction to Part One
The Right to be Sure
Is Justified True Belief Knowledge?
Knowledge, Truth and Evidence
Knowledge and What We Would Believe
What is the value of knowledge?
Introduction to Part Two
The Meno
The Value of Knowledge Is External To It
The Search for the Source of Epistemic Good
The Value Problem
What evidence do we have?
Introduction to Part Three
"Appear," "Take," and "Evident"
Ultimate Evidence
Posits and Reality
Having Evidence
How should we distribute our confidence?
Introduction to Part Four
Confidence and Probability
Self-Locating Belief and the Sleeping Beauty Problem
Getting the Goat
What is it to be justified in believing something?
Introduction to Part Five
Reliabilism: What Is Justified Belief?
An Internalist Externalism
What the Tortoise Said to Achilles
What is the structure of justification and knowledge?
Introduction to Part Six
Can Empirical Knowledge Have a Foundation?
Toward a Defense of Empirical Foundationalism
Human Knowledge and the Infinite Regress of Reasons
The Raft and the Pyramid: Coherence Versus Foundations in the Theory of Knowledge
What is the nature of the epistemic 'ought'?
Introduction to Part Seven
The Ethics of Belief
The Will to Believe
Epistemic Terms
The Deontological Conception of Epistemic Justification
Epistemic Justification and Normativity
A Contractarian Conception of Knowledge
What are the sources of knowledge?
Introduction to Part Eight
On Induction
The Place of Testimony in the Fabric of Knowledge and Justification
The A Priori
Perceptual Knowledge
What can we know?
Introduction to Part Nine
The Circular Ruins
The Problem of the Criterion
Meditation One
Descartes' Evil Genius
An Argument for Skepticism
Elusive Knowledge
Is knowledge in the eye of the beholder?
Introduction to Part Ten
Right You Are (if You Think You Are)
Understanding a Primitive Society
What the Sokal Hoax Ought to Teach Us: The Pernicious Consequences and Internal Contradictions of 'Postmodernist' Relativism
Why (Wittgensteinian) Contextualism is Not Relativism