Epistemic Luck

Clarendon Press (2005)
Epistemic Luck is the first book to offer a rigorous philosophical examination of the concept of luck and its relationship to knowledge.
Keywords chance, epistemology, knowledge, luck, scepticism
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Call number BD201.P75 2005
ISBN(s) 019928038X   9780199280384   0199229783     9780199229789
DOI 10.5840/jpr_2004_18
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