Spis treści : Epistemology. An anthology



Preface to the Second Edition, ix
Acknowledgments, xi

Part I    Skepticism, s. 1

Introduction, s. 3

1       The Problem of the External World / Barry Stroud, s. 7
2       Proof of an External World / G.E. Moore, s. 26
3       Four Forms of Scepticism / G.E. Moore, s. 29
4       Certainty / G.E. Moore, s. 31
5       How a Pyrrhonian Skeptic Might Respond to Academic Skepticism / Peter Klein, s. 35
6       Epistemological Realism / Michael Williams, s. 51

Part II    The Structure of Knowledge and Justification, s. 73

Introduction, s. 75

7       The Myth of the Given / Rofderick M. Chisholm, s. 80
8       Does Empirical Knowledge Have a Foundation? / Wilfrid Sellars, s. 94
9       Epistemic Principles / Wilfrid Sellars, s. 99
10     Can Empirical Knowledge Have a Foundation? / Laurence Bonjour, s. 109
11      A Coherence Theory of Truth and Knowledge / Donald Davidson, s. 124
12      A Foundherentist Theory of Empirical Justification / Susan Haack, s. 134
13      The Raft and the Pyramid / Ernest Sosa, s. 145
14      Human Knowledge and the Infinite Regress of Reasons / Peter D. Klein, s. 165

Part III    Defining Knowledge, s. 187

Introduction, s. 189

15      Is Justified True Belief Knowledge? / Edmund Gettier, s. 192
16      Thought, Selections / Gilbert Harman, s. 194
17      The Inescapability of Gettier Problems / Linda Zagzebski, s. 207
18      A State of Mind / Timinthy Williamson, s. 213

Part IV    Epistemic Closure , s. 231

Introduction, s. 233

19      Epistemic Operators / Fred Dretske, s. 237
20      Skepticism, Relevant Alternatives, and Deductive Closure / Gail Stine, s. 247
21      Knowledge and Skepticism / Robert Nozick, s. 255
22      How to Defeat Opposition to Moore / Ernest Sosa, s. 280
23      Are There Counterexamples to the Closure Principle? / Jonathan Vogel, s. 290

Part V    Theories of Epistemic Justification, s. 303

Introduction, s. 305

24      Evidentialism / Richard Feldman and Earl Conee, s. 310
25      Skepticism and Rationality / Richard Foley, s. 322
26      What Is Justified Belief? / Alvin I. Goldman, s. 333
27      Reliabilism Leveled / Jonathan Vogel, s. 348
28      Externalist Theories of Empirical Knowledge / Laurence Bonjour, s. 363
29      Internalism Exposed / Alvin I. Goldman, s. 379
30      Externalism and Skepticism / Richard Fumerton, s. 394
31       Internalism Defended / Richard Feldman and Earl Conee, s. 407

Part VI    Virtue Epistemology and the Value of Knowledge, s. 423

Introduction, s. 425

32      Warrant: A First Approximation / Alvin Plantinga, s. 429
33      Virtues of the Mind, Selections / Linda Zagzebski, s. 422
34      Virtues and Vices of Virtue Epistemology / John Greco, s. 454
35      Cognitive Responsibility and the Epistemic Virtues / Duncan Pritchard, s. 462
36      The Place of Truth in Epistemology / Ernest Sosa, s. 477
37      Why Should Inquiring Minds Want to Know?: Meno Problems and Epistemological Axiology / Jonathan L. Kvanvig, s. 492
38      True Enough / Catherine Z. Elgin, s. 507

Part VII    Naturalized Epistemology and the A Priori, s. 521

Introduction, s. 523

39      Epistemology Naturalized / W. V. Quine, s. 528
40      What Is "Naturalized Epistemology"? / Jaegwon Kim, s. 538
41      Quine as Feminist: The Radical Import of Naturalized Epistemology / Louise M. Antony, s. 552
42      There is at Least One A Priori Truth / Hilary Putnam, s. 585
43      Revisability, Reliabilism, and A Priori Knowledge / Albert Casullo, s. 595
44      A Priori Knowledge and the Scope of Philosophy / George Bealer, s. 612
45      Normativity and Epistemic Intuitions / Jonathan M. Weinberg, Shaun Nichols, and Stephen Stich, s. 625
46      Investigating Knowledge Itself / Hilary Kornblith, s. 647

Part VIII    Knowledge and Context, s. 661

Introduction, s. 663

47      Solving the Skeptical Problem / Keith DeRose, s. 669
48      Elusive Knowledge / David Lewis, s. 691
49      Contextualist Solutions to Epistemological Problems: Scepticism, Gettier, and the Lottery / Stewart Cohen, s. 706
50      Knowledge and Practical Interest, Selections / Jason Stanley, s. 721
51      Evidence, Pragmatics, and Justification / Jeremy Fantl and Matthew McGrath, s. 742
52      Sensitive Moderate Invariantism / John Hawthorne, s. 760
53      The Assessment Sensitivity of Knowledge Attributions / John MacFarlane, s. 779

Part IX    Testimony, Memory, and Perception, s. 801

Introduction, s. 803

54      Trust and Rationality / Judith Baker, s. 807
55      Against Gullibility / Elizabeth Fricker, s. 815
56      Content Preservation / Tyler Burge, s. 836
57      Testimonial Knowledge and Transmission / Jennifer Lackey, s. 855
58      The Problem of Memory Knowledge / Michael Huemer, s. 868
59      Criteria, Defeasibility, and Knowledge / John McDowell, s. 876
60      Knowing How to Believe With Justification / Steven L. Reynolds, s. 892

Index , s. 903

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