Arguing About Knowledge
|Abstract||General introduction -- Part one: What is knowledge? -- Part two: What is the value of knowledge? -- Part three: What evidence do we have? -- Part four: How should we distribute our confidence? -- Part five: What is it to be justified in believing something? -- Part six: What is the structure of justification and knowledge? -- Part seven: What is the nature of the epistemic thought? -- Part eight: What are the sources of knowledge? -- Part nine: What can we know? -- Part ten: Is knowledge in the eye of the beholder?|
|Keywords||Knowledge, Theory of|
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|Call number||BD161.A64 2008|
|ISBN(s)||9780415448383 0415448395 0415448387|
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