Salient Alternatives in Perspective

Australasian Journal of Philosophy 98 (4):792-810 (2020)
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This paper empirically investigates how perspective bears on putative salient alternative effects on knowledge ascriptions. Some theoretical accounts predict salient alternative effects in both fir...



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University of Southern Indiana
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