An Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge

  title={An Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge},
  author={Noah Marcelino Lemos},
1. Knowledge, truth and justification 2. The traditional analysis and the Gettier Problem 3. Foundationalism 4. The coherence theory of justification 5. Reliabilism and virtue epistemology 6. Internalism, externalism and epistemic circularity 7. Skepticism 8. The problem of the criterion 9. The a priori 10. Naturalized epistemology. 
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