Oxford University Press (2008)

This volume puts together twelve new essays by scholars who have done groundbreaking work in epistemology over the past four decades. Unfortunately, the editor’s brief introduction offers only a sketchy presentation of the papers and their background. Given the variety and complexity of the issues tackled, one would have expected a more detailed account of the nature and developments of the epistemological theories and arguments put forward and discussed by the contributors. The absence of such an account is all the more surprising considering that the editor does not himself contribute a paper to the volume
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Call number BD161.E627 2008
ISBN(s) 9780199264933   9780199264940   030771862X   0199264945   0199264937
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