New Waves In Epistemology by D. PritchardNew Waves In Epistemology by D. Pritchard

New Waves In Epistemology

EditorD. PritchardContribution byBoudewijn Bruin

Paperback | December 17, 2007

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In the past thirty years epistemology has been one of the fastest moving disciplines in philosophy. The reason for the rapid advancement is partly due to the fact that various schools and movements inside epistemology have developed different answers to classical epistemological problems, and partly due to the fact that formal methods from logic, probability theory and computability have been utilized to deal with many of the same issues and used for applications outside traditional epistemology. New Waves in Epistemology reflects these changes by letting up-and-coming scholars describe the current trends as well as discussing the prospects for future development.
VINCENT HENDRICKS is an Associate Professor of Epistemology, Logic and Methodology at Roskilde University, Denmark. He is author of various books on logic, epistemology and methodology, most notably The Convergence of Scientific Knowledge: A View from the Limit (Kluwer, 2001) and Forcing Epistemology (Cambridge University Press, forth...
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Title:New Waves In EpistemologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:December 17, 2007Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Introduction--V.Hendricks & D.Pritchard * Defending a Sensitive Neo-Moorean Invariantism--T.Black * Knowledge, Luck and Lotteries--D.Pritchard * Reidean Externalism--M.Bergmann * The Present and Future State of Epistemic Deontologism--N.Nottelmann * Epistemic Logic and Epistemology--B.de Bruin * Hintikkan Epistemology--T.Catterson * The Plausibility-Informativeness Theory--F.Huber * The Place of Coherence in Epistemology--E.Olson * Knowledge, Reliability, and Margin for Error Principles--P.Egre * Consider the System--J.Helzner * Knowability, Possibility and Paradox--B.Brogaard & J.Salerno * The Value Turn in Epistemology--W.Riggs * How to Naturalize Epistemology--R.Neta * Knowledge and the Heuristics of Folk Epistemology--F.Spicer * Index