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ADDITIONAL READING: SEMINAR BY SEMINAR

Course Organiser and Lecturer: Patrick Greenough


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Seminar 1. (week 2): Knowledge, Fallibilism, and False Evidence.

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Seminar 2. (week 3): Evidence One Does Not Possess.

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Seminar 3. (week 4): Thermometers, Barometers, and Truth-tracking: Reliabilism from Russell to Nozick.

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Seminar 4. (week 5): Relevant and Irrelevant Alternatives: the Reliabilist Response to the Sceptic.

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Seminar 5. (week 6): From Old Reliabilism to New Reliabilism: Better Safe than Sensitive.

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Seminar 6. (week 8): Chicken Sexers, Pottery Experts, and Clairvoyants: the Internalism-Externalism Debate.

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Seminar 7. (week 9): Easy knowledge, Useless Knowledge: is Knowing Really a Virtuous State?

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Seminar 8. (week 11): Good knowledge, Bad knowledge: Anti-Anti-Luck Epistemology.

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Seminar 9. (week 12): Ignorance in the Epistemology Seminar: the Case for Contextualism.

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