• Publications
  • Influence
THE DEONTOLOGICAL CONCEPTION OF EPISTEMIC JUSTIFICATION
The terms, 'justified', 'justification', and their cognates are most naturally understood in what we may term a "deontological" way, as having to do with obligation, permission, requirement, blame,Expand
  • 285
  • 34
Knowledge and the Flow of Information
Acknowledgments Preface 1. Communication theory 2. Communication and information 3. A semantic theory of information 4. Knowledge 5. The communication channel 6. Sensation and perception 7. CodingExpand
  • 2,291
  • 32
Epistemic Justification: Essays in the Theory of Knowledge
Epistemic Justification collects twelve distinguished and influential essays in epistemology by William P. Alston taken from a body of work spanning almost two decades. They represent the gradualExpand
  • 166
  • 14
Concepts of Epistemic Justification
  • 221
  • 14
Internalism and Externalism in Epistemology
Dans quelle mesure le sujet connaissant controle-t-il, ou du moins a-t-il acces aux bases epistemiques qui justifient sa connaissance du monde? L'A. donne a cette question une reponse entre les deuxExpand
  • 125
  • 11
Illocutionary Acts And Sentence Meaning
  • 160
  • 11
  • PDF
An internalist externalism
In this paper I will explain, and at least begin to defend, the particular blend of internalism and externalism in my view of epistemic justification. So far as I know, this is my own private blend;Expand
  • 163
  • 11
  • PDF
The Reliability Of Sense Perception
  • W. Alston
  • Psychology, Philosophy
  • 1 October 1994
  • 147
  • 8