Wiley (2019)

J. Adam Carter
University of Glasgow
Clayton Littlejohn
King's College London
We have written an introduction to epistemology that is accessible, engaging, and up to date. (We hope.) Introduction Chapter 1: The Regress Problem Chapter 2: Perception Chapter 3: The Apriori Chapter 4: Inference Chapter 5: On Knowing the Truth Chapter 6: Memory Chapter 7: Testimony Chapter 8: Kinds of Knowledge Chapter 9: Internalism vs. Externalism Chapter 10: The Ethics of Belief Chapter 11: Skepticism
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