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  1. Epistemology: A Contemporary Introduction (Routledge Contemporary Introductions to Philosophy) by Robert Audi, 2002-12-23
  2. The Oxford Handbook of Epistemology (Oxford Handbooks in Philosophy)
  3. Epistemology: Contemporary Readings (Routledge Contemporary Readings in Philosophy)
  4. The Principles of Epistemology in Islamic Philosophy: Knowledge by Presence (SUNY Series in Muslim Spirituality in South Asia) (Suny Series in Islam) by Mehdi Ha'iri Yazdi, 1992-04-27
  5. The Blackwell Guide to Epistemology (Blackwell Philosophy Guides)
  6. Problems of Knowledge: A Critical Introduction to Epistemology by Michael Williams, 2001-08-23
  7. A Companion to Epistemology (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy)
  8. Epistemology: A Contemporary Introduction to the Theory of Knowledge (Routledge Contemporary Introductions to Philosophy) by Robert Audi, 2010-08-23
  9. Moral Epistemology (New Problems of Philosophy) by Aaron Zimmerman, 2010-07-08
  10. Epistemology: Becoming Intellectually Virtuous (Contours of Christian Philosophy) by W. Jay Wood, 1998-09-09
  11. An Introduction to Metaphysics (Cambridge Introductions to Philosophy) by John W. Carroll, Ned Markosian, 2010-05-24
  12. Epistemology: An Anthology (Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies)
  13. Reality? Knowledge? Philosophy!: An Introduction to Metaphysics and Epistemology by Stephen Hetherington, 2003-10
  14. Biology and Epistemology (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology)

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Introduction UNDER CONSTRUCTION. TOP Books Introductory readings Callebaut Taking the Naturalistic Turn, Contributors: William Bechtel, Robert Brandon, Richard M. Burian, Donald T. Campbell, Patricia Churchland, Jon Elster, Ronald N. Giere, David L. Hull, Philip Kitcher, Karin Knorr Cetina, Bruno Latour, Richard Levins, Richard C. Lewontin, Elisabeth Lloyd, Helen Longino, Thomas Nickles, Henry C. Plotkin, Robert J. Richards, Alexander Rosenberg, Michael Ruse, Dudley Shapere, Elliott Sober, Ryan Tweney, and William Wimsatt. Source Fetzer Philosophy of Science, The Philosophies of Science, 2nd ed., 1985 Hacking Representing and Intervening, Chalmers What is this Thing Called Science?, Kuhn The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (2nd ed.), 1970 Hempel , The Philosophy of Natural Science, Nagel The Structure of Science, Anthologies Keil/Wilson Explanation and Cognition, The essays address the basic questions about explanation: How do explanatory capacities develop? Are there kinds of explanation? Do explanations correspond to domains of knowledge? Why do we seek explanations, and what do they accomplish? How central are causes to explanation? The essays draw on work in the history and philosophy of science, the philosophy of mind and language, the development of concepts in children, conceptual change in adults, and reasoning in human and artificial systems. They also introduce emerging perspectives on explanation from computer science, linguistics, and anthropology.

4. Descartes' Epistemology
Extensive examination of the philosopher and mathematician's work focuses on his philosophy. Read about his view of the world and reality. say "infect") the way problems in epistemology are conceived today. Students of philosophy (in his own day, and in the
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Descartes' Epistemology
' approach to the theory of knowledge plays a prominent role in shaping the agenda of early modern philosophy. It continues to effect (some would say "infect") the way problems in epistemology are conceived today. Students of philosophy (in his own day, and in the history since) have found the distinctive features of his epistemology to be at once attractive and troubling; features such as the emphasis on method, the role of epistemic foundations, the conception of the doubtful as contrasting with the warranted, the sceptical arguments of the First Meditation, and the cogito ergo sum to mention just a few that we shall consider. Depending on context, Descartes thinks that different standards of warrant are appropriate. The context for which he is most famous, and on which the present treatment will focus, is that of investigating First Philosophy. The first -ness of First Philosophy is (as Descartes conceives it) one of epistemic priority, referring to the matters one must "first" confront if one is to succeed in acquiring systematic and expansive knowledge. Section links:

5. Derksen, T., Ed. 1998. The Promise Of Evolutionary Epistemology
31—53. evolutionary epistemology epistemology and philosophy of science. 177—187.evolutionary epistemology epistemology and philosophy of science.

6. Virtue Epistemology
Describes an approach in epistemology that applies the resources of virtue theory to problems in the theory of knowledge.
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Virtue Epistemology
An approach in epistemology that applies the resources of virtue theory to problems in the theory of knowledge. It is argued that by doing so it is possible to give informative accounts of knowledge, evidence, and other important epistemic concepts, while solving a wide range of problems that have plagued other approaches in the theory of knowledge.
Virtue epistemology begins with the assumption that epistemology is a normative discipline. The main idea of virtue epistemology is to understand the kind of normativity involved on the model of virtue theories in ethics. This main idea is best understood in terms of a thesis about the direction of analysis. Just as virtue theories in ethics try to understand the normative properties of actions in terms of the normative properties of moral agents, virtue epistemology tries to understand the normative properties of beliefs in terms of the normative properties of cognitive agents. Hence virtue theories in ethics have been described as person-based rather than act-based, and virtue epistemology has been described as person-based rather than belief-based. For example, non-virtue theories might try to understand the

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9. KLUWER Academic Publishers | Collected Papers On Epistemology, Philosophy Of Sci
philosophy. Collected Papers on epistemology, philosophy of Scienceand History of philosophy Set of 2 Volumes. by W. Stegmüller
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19. Evolutionary Epistemology
Survey of naturalistic epistemology which emphasizes importance of natural selection; from the Stanford Category Society philosophy epistemology...... Campbell, Donald T. (1974), Evolutionary epistemology. In The philosophy ofKarl R. Popper, edited by PA Schilpp, 412463. LaSalle, IL Open Court.
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Evolutionary Epistemology
Evolutionary Epistemology is a naturalistic approach to epistemology, which emphasizes the importance of natural selection in two primary roles. In the first role, selection is the generator and maintainer of the reliability of our senses and cognitive mechanisms, as well as the "fit" between those mechanisms and the world. In the second role, trial and error learning and the evolution of scientific theories are construed as selection processes.
  • 1. History, Problems, and Issues
    1. History, Problems, and Issues
    Traditional epistemology has its roots in Plato and the ancient skeptics. One strand emerges from Plato's interest in the problem of distinguishing between knowledge and true belief. His solution was to suggest that knowledge differs from true belief in being justified. Ancient skeptics complained that all attempts to provide any such justification were hopelessly flawed. Another strand emerges from the attempt to provide a reconstruction of human knowledge showing how the pieces of human knowledge fit together in a structure of mutual support. This project got its modern stamp from Descartes and comes in empiricist as well as rationalist versions which in turn can be given either a foundational or coherentist twist. The two strands are woven together by a common theme. The bonds that hold the reconstruction of human knowledge together are the justificational and evidential relations which enable us to distinguish knowledge from true belief.

20. Social Epistemology
Survey of views on the social dimension of knowledge; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Alvin Goldman.Category Society philosophy epistemology...... (1988) Social epistemology, Bloomington Indiana University Press. 1993)philosophy, Rhetoric, and the End of Knowledge, Madison University of
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1. History of Social Epistemology
The phrase "social epistemology" does not have a long history of systematic use. It is not difficult, however, to find historical philosophers who made at least brief forays into the social dimensions of knowledge or rational belief. In his dialogue Charmides prima facie credible (Reid 1975, VI, xxiv). All of these positions, of course, are epistemological positions. However, they were generally part of an epistemological enterprise that was basically egocentric in orientation, so they are perhaps not ideal or pure paradigms of social epistemology. Nonetheless, they are clear examples of early epistemologies that examined social dimensions of epistemic justification. A different tradition focused on aspects of knowledge that are "social" in a more sociological or political sense, though members of this tradition less frequently aligned their work to core issues in epistemology. Karl Marx's theory of ideology could well be considered a type of social epistemology. On one interpretation of Marx's conception of "ideology", an ideology is a set of beliefs, a world-view, or a form of consciousness that is in some fashion false or delusive. The cause of these beliefs, and perhaps of their delusiveness, is the social situation and interests of the believers. Since the theory of ideology, so described, is concerned with the truth and falsity of beliefs, it might even be considered a form of

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