Problems with the Wright Route to Skepticism

  title={Problems with the Wright Route to Skepticism},
  author={A. Brueckner},
Crispin Wright (1991) presents what he takes to be the strongest Cartesian skeptical argument and then offers a subtle and complex analysis of the argument's weaknesses. His strategy for "imploding" the Cartesian demon involves an intricate and extended comparison between his reconstructed Cartesian skeptical argument from dreaming and a parallel argument concerning knowledge based on intellection. I will not consider this comparison here. Instead, I will begin by raising some questions about… Expand
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