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The value of knowledge and the pursuit of understanding
Introduction 1. The value of knowledge is external to it 2. The value of true belief 3. The value of justification 4. Reliabilism, normativity and the special promise of virtue 5. The Gettier problemExpand
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The Knowability Paradox
Introduction 1. The Paradox 2. What's Paradoxical? 3. Syntactic Restriction Categories 4. Rules for the Knowledge Operator 5. Reservations about the Underlying Logic 6. Semantical Moves Conclusion
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The Intellectual Virtues and the Life of the Mind: On the Place of the Virtues in Epistemology
Virtue ethics, virtue epistemology, and the intellectual virtues the motivational aspects of virtue epistemology eliminative virtue epistemology justification and the intellectual virtues knowledgeExpand
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Assertion, Knowledge, and Lotteries
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The Value of Understanding
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Tennant on knowability
(1999). Tennant on knowability. Australasian Journal of Philosophy: Vol. 77, No. 4, pp. 422-428.
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Why should inquiring minds want to know? : Meno problems and epistemological axiology
Soulevant a la lecture du «Menon» du Platon la question axiologique de la valeur du desir de connaissance de l'etre humain, l'A. etudie la nature, l'etendue et l'importance de la connaissance dans leExpand
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