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Guy Axtell. Philosophical Quarterly Sosa's i Reflective Knowledge r reliably provides the focused, tightly reasoned treatment of his subject that readers have come to expect of this pre-eminent contemporary philosopher. Read this book for a learned and rewarding treatment of the problem of scepticism, and of the course of epistemology from Descartes' time to the present.
Heather Battaly, Analysis Reviews a magnificent book
Bruce Hunter & Adam Morton, Mind anyone reading this rich and important book will emerge with a refreshed view of how the history of epistemology relates to the cutting edge.
Frederick F. Schmitt, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews It should go without saying that Sosa's book is essential reading for anyone with even a passing interest in contemporary epistemology. His distinction between animal and reflective knowledge is a fundamental contribution to the field. The approach he sketches in this readable book is important and defensible. I know of no more plausible approach, no more accessible presentation.
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<br>Ernest Sosa has published distinguished papers on metaphysics and epistemology. Most of his publication has been in epistemology, in which area he has published three books and many articles, and has edited several collections. Many of his articles have been reprinted and anthologized, and two were selected by The Philosophers' Annual as among the best ten in their year of publication. He has taught at Brown University and is now at Rutgers University, where he is Board of Governors Professor of Philosophy. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, was President in 2004 of the American Philosophical Association (Eastern Division), and was elected by the Oxford University Faculty to give the John Locke Lectures in 2005. He will give the Carus Lectures in 2010.<br>
Preface; Sources; PART ONE; 1. Moore's Proof; 2. Classical Foundationalism; 3. Epistemological Naturalism: Hume, Wittgenstein, and Strawson; 4. Reid's Common Sense; 5. Mythology of the Given; 6. Epistemology Naturalized, Davidson's Way; PART TWO; 7. Human Knowledge, Animal and Reflective; 8. Philosophical Skepticism and Externalist Epistemology; 9. Reflective Knowledge in the Best Circles; 10. Easy Knowledge and the Criterion; Index