The Oxford Handbook of Epistemology (häftad)
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Moser, Paul K. (ed.)
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The Oxford Handbook of Epistemology (häftad)

The Oxford Handbook of Epistemology

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Contains nineteen newly commissioned articles by top philosophers on various aspects of the theory of knowledge. The articles survey the field as well as make original contributions to contemporary debates.
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Erik J. Olsson, Theoria This is an extensive collection of well-chosen papers on a wide range of topics in current mainstream epistemology, all of which are written by international experts and published here for the first time. Most papers do not require any specialist knowledge in epistemology, although there are exceptions to this general rule. As my own teaching confirms, this book is ideal as an introductory text for a wide range of graduate students in epistemology, philosophy of
science, and the epistemology of ethics.

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<br>Paul K. Moser is Professor of Philosophy and Chairperson of the Philosophy Department at the Loyola University of Chicago. He is the series editor for Oxford Handbooks in Philosophy.<br>


Paul K. Moser, Loyola University of Chicago: Introduction 1: Robert K. Shope, University of Massachusetts, Boston: Conditions and Analyses of Knowing 2: Robert Audi, University of Nebraska, Lincoln: The Sources of Knowledge 3: Albert Casullo, University of Nebraska, Lincoln: A Priori Knowledge 4: Alvin I. Goldman, Rutgers University: The Sciences and Epistemology 5: Richard Foley, New York University: Conceptual Diversity in Epistemology 6: Richard Fumerton, University of Iowa: Theories of Justification 7: Laurence BonJour, University of Washington, Seattle: Internalism and Externalism 8: Ernst Sosa, Brown University and Rutgers University: Tracking, Competence, and Knowledge 9: John Greco, Fordham University: Virtues in Epistemology 10: John Heil, Davidson College: Mind and Knowledge 11: Peter Klein, Rutgers University: Skepticism 12: Richard Feldman, University of Rochester: Epistemological Duties 13: Philip Kitcher, Columbia University: Scientific Knowledge 14: William G. Lycan, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill: Explanation and Epistemology 15: Mark Kaplan, Indiana University: Decision Theory and Epistemology 16: Louise M. Antony, Ohio State University: Embodiment and Epistemology 17: Noah Lemos, De Pauw University: Epistemology and Ethics 18: Philip L. Quinn, University of Notre Dame: Epistemology in Philosophy of Religion 19: Roy Sorensen, Dartmouth College: Formal Problems about Knowledge 20: Paul K. Moser, Loyola University of Chicago: Bibliography on Epistemology