M. Engel

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We must recognize that whenever we know something we either do, or at least can, by reflecting , directly know that we are knowing it. Summary When it comes to second-order knowledge (i.e. knowing that one knows), intemalists typically contend that when we know that p, we can, by reflecting , directly know that we are knowing it. Gettier considerations are(More)
The article defends ethical vegetarianism, which, for present purposes , is stipulatively taken to be the view that it is morally wrong to eat animals when equally nutritious plant-based foods are available. Several examples are introduced (i) to show that we all agree that animals deserve some direct moral consideration and (ii) to help identify and(More)
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