Knowledge Puzzles: An Introduction to Epistemology

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KNOWLEDGE PUZZLES
An Introduction to Epistemology

Stephen Cade Hetherington The University of New South Wales

Westview Press

A Member of the Perseus Books Group

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xiii
  • 1 - Introducing Epistemology 1
  • FURTHER READING 6
  • 2 - Truth 7
  • FURTHER READING 12
  • 3 Belief 13
  • FURTHER READING 18
  • 4 - Justification 19
  • 5 - The Gettier Problem 25
  • FURTHER READING 30
  • 6 - Surface Reliability 31
  • FURTHER READING 36
  • 7 - Underlying Reliability 37
  • FURTHER READING 43
  • 8 - Causality 45
  • FURTHER READING 50
  • 9 - Defeasibility 51
  • FURTHER READING 55
  • 10 - Social Defeasibility 57
  • FURTHER READING 62
  • 11 - False Evidence 63
  • FURTHER READING 68
  • 12 - Induction 69
  • FURTHER READING 74
  • 13 - A Priori Knowledge 75
  • FURTHER READING 80
  • 14 - Externalism 81
  • FURTHER READING 87
  • 15 - Internalism 89
  • FURTHER READING 95
  • 16 - Vagueness 97
  • FURTHER READING 103
  • 17 - Fallibilism 105
  • FURTHER READING 110
  • 18 - Infallibility Skepticism 111
  • FURTHER READING 116
  • 19 - External World Skepticism 117
  • FURTHER READING 123
  • 20 - Inductive Skepticism 125
  • FURTHER READING 131
  • 21 - Rule Skepticism 133
  • FURTHER READING 138
  • 22 - Regress Skepticism 139
  • FURTHER READING 145
  • 23 - Foundationalism 147
  • FURTHER READING 153
  • 24 - Contextualism 155
  • FURTHER READING 161
  • 25 - Coherentism 163
  • FURTHER READING 169
  • 26 - Pyrrhonian Skepticism 171
  • FURTHER READING 177
  • 27 - Questioning Epistemology 179
  • FURTHER READING 184
  • References 185
  • About the Book and Author 189
  • Index 191
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