Bloomsbury Academic (2014)

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Axel Gelfert
Technische Universität Berlin
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The first book since Coady's 1992 'Testimony: A Philosophical Study' to offer a thorough survey and a philosophical introduction to testimony and its epistemological problems, while at the same time advancing a novel view that proposes independent justificatory pathways for the acceptance and rejection of testimony, respectively. // Table of Contents: // Introduction / 1. What is Testimony? / 2. The Testimonial Conundrum / 3. Testimony, Perception, Memory, and Inference / 4. Testimony and Evidence / 5. Reductionism and Anti-Reductionism / 6. Hybrid Theories of Testimony / 7. Testimonial Knowledge: Transmission and Generation / 8. Trust and Assurance / 9. Expert Testimony / 10. Pathologies of Testimony / 11. Testimony and the Value of Knowledge / Glossary / Bibliography / Index
Keywords testimony  sources of knowledge  epistemology  social epistemology  knowledge  epistemology of testimony  epistemic sources  epistemic justification  theory of knowledge  trust
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ISBN(s) 1472569989   1441186360   9781472569981   1441193502
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