VOLUME III ISSUE 2 JUNE 2012

RESEARCH ARTICLES

IS THERE PROPOSITIONAL UNDERSTANDING? (pages 181-192)
Author: Emma C. GORDON
Keywords: Epistemology | knowledge | propositional understanding | understanding
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THE LOGICAL LIMITS OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE: HISTORICAL AND INTEGRATIVE PERSPECTIVES (pages 193-227)
Author: Ettore DE MONTE, Antonino TAMBURELLO
Keywords: limits | logical form | paradigm | scientific knowledge | scientific revolution
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THE BADNESS OF BEING CERTAIN OF A FALSEHOOD IS AT LEAST 1/(log 4 − 1) TIMES GREATER THAN THE VALUE OF BEING CERTAIN OF A TRUTH (pages 229-238)
Author: Alexander R. PRUSS
Keywords: credence | epistemic utility | probability
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NOT-EXACT-TRUTHS, PRAGMATIC ENCROACHMENT AND THE EPISTEMIC NORM OF PRACTICAL REASONING (pages 239-259)
Author: Michael J. SHAFFER
Keywords: approximate truth | knowledge | practical reasoning | pragmatic encroachment
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RETHINKING THE A PRIORI/A POSTERIORI DISTINCTION (pages 261-277)
Author: Jennifer Wilson MULNIX
Keywords: a posteriori | a priori | Epistemology | externalism | naturalism | reliabilism
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DEBATE

INTERNALIST EVIDENTIALISM AND EPISTEMIC VIRTUE: RE-REPLY TO AXTELL (pages 281-289)
Author: Trent DOUGHERTY
Keywords: epistemic value | evidentialism | Meno problem | reductionism | virtue epistemology
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STUMBLING IN NOZICK’S TRACKS (pages 291-293)
Author: John TURRI
Keywords: Daniel Nolan | knowledge | Rachael Briggs | Robert Nozick | sensitivity | tracking theory
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HISTORY OF EPISTEMOLOGY

FREGE ON IDENTITY. THE TRANSITION FROM BEGRIFFSSCHRIFT TO ÜBER SINN UND BEDEUTUNG (pages 297-308)
Author: Valentin Sorin COSTREIE
Keywords: contentful mathematics | Fregean senses | informative identity
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EPISTEMOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES IN LATE ANTIQUITY – A DIALOG BETWEEN RATIONALISM AND EMPIRICISM IN THE SCIENTIFIC WRITINGS (pages 309-321)
Author: Adrian MURARU
Keywords: empiricists | Galen | Late Antiquity’s epistemology | philosophy of science | rationalists
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ARISTOTLE VERSUSVAN TIL AND LUKASIEWICZ ON CONTRADICTION: ARE CONTRADICTIONS IRRATIONAL IN SCIENCE AND THEOLOGY? (pages 323-344)
Author: Robert C. TRUNDLE
Keywords: Aristotle | contradiction | Cornelius Van Til | Jan Lukasiewicz | science | theology
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