Knowing Your Own Beliefs

Canadian Journal of Philosophy 35 (supplement):41-62 (2011)
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How do you know your own beliefs? And how well do you know them? The two questions are related. I’ll recommend a pluralist answer to the first question. The answer to the second question, I’ll suggest, varies depending on features of the case
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