The Bloomsbury Companion to Epistemology (Bloomsbury by Andrew Cullison

By Andrew Cullison

For someone seeking to higher comprehend the themes on the centre of up to date epistemology, The Bloomsbury spouse to Epistemology provides a necessary guide.

This updated spouse covers all of the primary questions requested by means of epidemiologists this present day - components that experience endured to draw curiosity traditionally in addition to subject matters that experience emerged extra lately as energetic components of analysis. Fifteen specially-commissioned essays from a revered workforce of specialists demonstrate the place vital paintings is still performed within the region and the recent instructions the sphere is taking, similar to:
• Foundationalism by way of Daniel Howard-Snyder
• Coherentism via Jonathan Kvanvig
• right Functionalism via Kenneth Boyce and Alvin Plantinga
• Evidentialism via Richard Feldman and Andrew Cullison
• Experimental Epistemology via James R. Beebe

Clearly written and that includes an in depth record of assets, thesaurus and a completely annotated bibliography, The Bloomsbury significant other to Epistemology introduces probably the most intriguing subject matters in modern analytic philosophy.

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