Epistemic Norms New Essays on Action, Belief, and Assertion

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  • Copyright: 6/17/2014
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Author Biography

Clayton Littlejohn is Lecturer in philosophy at King's College London. He specializes in epistemology and ethical theory. In his first book, Justification and the Truth-Connection (Cambridge University Press, 2012), he defended an account of justification that was both deontological and externalist.

John Turri is Assistant Professor of philosophy at the University of Waterloo (Canada). He specializes in epistemology, cognitive science and philosophy of language.

Table of Contents

Introduction, Clayton Littlejohn and John Turri
1. Intellectual Flourishing as the Fundamental Epistemic Norm, Berit Brogaard
2. Lenient Accounts of Warranted Assertability, E. J. Coffman
3. Having False Reasons, Juan Comesana and Matthew McGrath
4. On Knowing One's Reason, Jonathan Dancy
5. Knowledge versus Truth, John Gibbons
6. Epistemic Normativity, Jonathan L. Kvanvig
7. The Unity of Reason, Clayton Littlejohn
8. Epistemic Luck, Safety, and Assertion, Duncan Pritchard
9. Epistemic Agency and Judgment, Ernest Sosa
10. You Gotta Believe, John Turri
11. The Spectra of Epistemic Norms, Matt Weiner
12. Reasons for Belief, Reasons for Action, the Aim of Belief, and the Aim of Action, Daniel Whiting
13. The Dual-Aspect Norms of Belief and Assertion: A Virtue Approach to Epistemic Norms, Sarah Wright

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