Philosophical Papers 40 (3):371-394 (2011)

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Timothy Pickavance
Biola University
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Abstract I defend the radical claim that there are only two solutions to what Chisholm calls ?The Problem of the Criterion?: methodological skepticism and a view which I would like to call ?particularism?, if the label were not already taken. Finally, I consider how this result bears on a recent critique of skepticism offered by Thomas Kelly (2005), and argue that it fails
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DOI 10.1080/05568641.2011.634247
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