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Beyond "Justification": Dimensions of Epistemic Evaluation Paperback – October 27, 2006

ISBN-13: 978-0801473326 ISBN-10: 0801473322 Edition: 1st

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"Beyond 'Justification' is an engaging, provocative, and carefully argued book. It displays all the virtues of clarity and rigor that epistemologists have long admired in Alston's work. It is an important contribution."—Richard Feldman, University of Rochester, Philosophical Review

"William P. Alston illuminates epistemology's dark core issues. It is wonderful to see his powerful intelligence once again so helpfully at work."—Ernest Sosa, Brown University and Rutgers University

"This book is a wide-ranging and powerful challenge to traditional epistemology by one of the foremost epistemologists of our time. It is both indispensable for specialists and so lucid and concrete that it is readily accessible to general readers who want an account of many of the major topics occupying epistemology in the past half century—belief-formation, explanation, foundations of knowledge, intellectual virtue, internalism and externalism, perception, reliability, skepticism, and many others."—Robert Audi, University of Notre Dame, author of The Architecture of Reason, The Structure of Justification, and Epistemology

"This book has all of the virtues one has come to expect from William P. Alston's work. His unpretentious, straightforward writing is a welcome return to the philosophical classics of earlier times. Alston makes many interesting and important claims both in criticizing and defending various accounts of epistemic justification—now reinterpreted by him as attempts to suggest epistemic desiderata of beliefs. Beyond 'Justification' makes an extremely valuable contribution to the field of epistemology."—Richard Fumerton, F. Wendell Miller Professor of Philosophy, University of Iowa

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"William P. Alston illuminates epistemology's dark core issues. It is wonderful to see his powerful intelligence once again so helpfully at work."—Ernest Sosa, Brown University and Rutgers University

"This book is a wide-ranging and powerful challenge to traditional epistemology by one of the foremost epistemologists of our time. It is both indispensable for specialists and so lucid and concrete that it is readily accessible to general readers who want an account of many of the major topics occupying epistemology in the past half century--belief-formation, explanation, foundations of knowledge, intellectual virtue, internalism and externalism, perception, reliability, skepticism, and many others."—Robert Audi, University of Notre Dame, author of The Architecture of Reason, The Structure of Justification, and Epistemology

"This book has all of the virtues one has come to expect from William P. Alston’s work. His unpretentious, straightforward writing is a welcome return to the philosophical classics of earlier times. Alston makes many interesting and important claims both in criticizing and defending various accounts of epistemic justification—now reinterpreted by him as attempts to suggest epistemic desiderata of beliefs. Beyond ‘Justification’ makes an extremely valuable contribution to the field of epistemology."—Richard Fumerton, F. Wendell Miller Professor of Philosophy, University of Iowa


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