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Contemporary Epistemology

An Anthology

Sosa, Ernest / Fantl, Jeremy / McGrath, Matthew (Herausgeber)

Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies (Band Nr. 1)

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1. Auflage März 2019
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Carefully-calibrated and judiciously-curated, Contemporary Epistemology is a new upper-level anthology which brings together some of the most significant contemporary writing on the theory of knowledge centered around the general theme of the ethics of belief. Sections probe questions such as whether there are norms on belief, how norms on belief relate to norms on action, and how we should understand the nature of epistemic value and normativity. Designed to sit alongside our highly-successful introductory anthology of canonical readings Epistemology: An Anthology, Second Edition--and editedby the same distinguished editorial team--the collection draws from a large, diverse, and evolving literature for a concise and well-balanced selection of readings.

Striking an excellent representational balance between scholarship that has influenced modern epistemology in recent years and the contributions of emerging thought leaders, Jeremy Fantl, Matthew McGrath, and Ernest Sosa have selected 17 readings that represent a broad and vital part of contemporary epistemology. Organized into seven thoughtful and distinct sections which include virtue epistemology, practical reasons for belief, permissivism about belief, epistemic dysfunctions, among others, readings are further contextualized by editorial material meant to help readers engage with the arguments themselves.

* Upper level companion anthology to our best-selling Epistemology: An Anthology, Second Edition
* Edited by a distinguished editorial team, including Ernie Sosa, one of the most influential contemporary epistemologists
* Includes many of the most important contributions made in recent decades by leading authors in the field
* Offer 17 contemporary readings including articles by women philosophers and from new, upcoming voices in the field
* Strikes an excellent balance between coverage of core foundational topics and cutting edge methodologies

An essential collection for students and philosophers concerned with recent developments in the theory of knowledge, Contemporary Epistemology: An Anthology is a strong contemporary resource for students, instructors, and active scholars in epistemology.

Preface vii

Part I The Ethics of Belief 1

1 Deontological Desiderata 3
William Alston

2 Voluntary Belief and Epistemic Evaluation 17
Richard Feldman

Part II Practical Reasons for Belief ? 29

3 The Wrong Kind of Reason 31
Pamela Hieronymi

4 No Exception for Belief 44
Susanna Rinard

5 Promising Against the Evidence 58
Berislav Marusic

Part III Reliance 75

6 Evidentialism and Pragmatic Constraints on Outright Belief 77
Dorit Ganson

7 Alief and Belief 91
Tamar Gendler

8 Can It Be Rational to Have Faith? 110
Lara Buchak

9 Assertion and Practical Reasoning: Common or Divergent Epistemic Standards? 126
Jessica Brown

Part IV Epistemic Dysfunctions 147

10 Testimonial Injustice 149
Miranda Fricker

11 Cognitive Penetrability and Perceptual Justification 164
Susanna Siegel

Part V Virtue Epistemology 179

12 The Search for the Source of Epistemic Good 181
Linda Zagzebski

13 Why We Don't Deserve Credit for Everything We Know 192
Jennifer Lackey

14 A (Different) Virtue Epistemology 205
John Greco

15 Knowledge and Justification 220
Ernest Sosa

Part VI Disagreement 229

16 Epistemology of Disagreement: The Good News 231
David Christensen

17 The Epistemic Significance of Disagreement 249
Thomas Kelly

Part VII Permissivism About Belief ? 265

18 Epistemic Permissiveness 267
Roger White

19 Permission to Believe: Why Permissivism Is True and What It Tells Us About Irrelevant Influences on Belief 277
Miriam Schoenfield

Index 296
Jeremy Fantl is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Calgary and has published papers and books in epistemology, the philosophy of mind, and metaethics. His most recent book is The Limitations of the Open Mind.

Matthew McGrath is Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University and Professorial Fellow at the Arché Institute at the University of St. Andrews. He has published papers in epistemology and metaphysics, including Knowledge in an Uncertain World (2009).

Ernest Sosa is Board of Governors Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University. He has published in epistemology and metaphysics, including, most recently, Judgment and Agency (2015) and Epistemology (2017).

E. Sosa, Brown University; J. Fantl, Haverford College; M. McGrath, University of Missouri, Columbia