Value Monism in Epistemology

@inproceedings{Depaul2001ValueMI,
  title={Value Monism in Epistemology},
  author={Michael R. Depaul},
  year={2001}
}
Here is a little story. It may not be true, but it may still be informative. Once upon a time, analytic epistemologists thought that there was one significant concept of epistemic evaluation. The epistemologists had their own pet names for this concept. Some called it "justification," others called it "rationality"; some used the term "warrant"; others spoke of things being "evident," while still others formulated their views in terms of a "right to be sure." There were still more names than… CONTINUE READING

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