The Epistemology of Belief

Palgrave-Macmillan (2009)
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Hamid Vahid
Institute for Fundamental Sciences
Abstract
Truth and the aim of belief -- Belief, interpretation, and Moore's paradox -- Belief, sensitivity, and safety -- Basic beliefs and the problem of non-doxastic justification -- Experience as reason for beliefs -- The problem of the basing relation -- Basic beliefs, easy knowledge, and the problem of warrant transfer -- Belief, justification, and fallibility -- Knowledge of our beliefs and privileged access.
Keywords Knowledge, Theory of (Religion  Belief and doubt
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Call number BL51.V325 2008
ISBN(s) 9780230201460
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