Epistemology : a contemporary introduction to the theory of knowledge / Robert Audi.  (Text) (Text)

Audi, Robert, 1941-
Call no.: BD161 .A815 2011Series: Routledge contemporary introductions to philosophy: Publication: New York : Routledge, 2011Edition: 3rd edDescription: xix, 404 pISBN: 9780415879231; 041587923X; 9780415879224; 0415879221Subject(s): Knowledge, Theory ofLOC classification: BD161 | .A815 2011
Contents:Introduction; a sketch of the sources and nature of belief, justification, and knowledge -- Part One: Sources of justification, knowledge, and truth -- Perception: sensing, believing, and knowing -- Theories of perception: sense experience, appearances, and reality -- Memory: the preservation and reconstruction of the past -- Consciousness: the life of the mind -- Reason I: understanding, insight, and intellectual power -- Reason II: meaning, necessity, and provability -- Testimony: the social foundation of knowledge -- Part Two: The structure and growth of justification and knowledge -- Inference and the extension of knowledge -- The architecture of knowledge -- Part Three: the nature and scope of justification and knowledge -- The analysis of knowledge: justification, certainty, and reliability -- Knowledge, justification, and truth: internalism, externalism, and intellectual virtue -- Scientific, moral, and religious knowledge -- Skepticism I: the quest for certainty -- Skepticism II: the defense of common sense in the face of fallibility -- Conclusion.
Summary: Epistemology, or 'the theory of knowledge', is concerned with how we know what we know, what justifies us in believing what we believe, and what standards of evidence we should use in seeking truths about the world and human experience. This title explains the concepts and theories central to understanding knowledge.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 389-398) and index.

Introduction; a sketch of the sources and nature of belief, justification, and knowledge -- Part One: Sources of justification, knowledge, and truth -- Perception: sensing, believing, and knowing -- Theories of perception: sense experience, appearances, and reality -- Memory: the preservation and reconstruction of the past -- Consciousness: the life of the mind -- Reason I: understanding, insight, and intellectual power -- Reason II: meaning, necessity, and provability -- Testimony: the social foundation of knowledge -- Part Two: The structure and growth of justification and knowledge -- Inference and the extension of knowledge -- The architecture of knowledge -- Part Three: the nature and scope of justification and knowledge -- The analysis of knowledge: justification, certainty, and reliability -- Knowledge, justification, and truth: internalism, externalism, and intellectual virtue -- Scientific, moral, and religious knowledge -- Skepticism I: the quest for certainty -- Skepticism II: the defense of common sense in the face of fallibility -- Conclusion.

Epistemology, or 'the theory of knowledge', is concerned with how we know what we know, what justifies us in believing what we believe, and what standards of evidence we should use in seeking truths about the world and human experience. This title explains the concepts and theories central to understanding knowledge.

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