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Epistemology and Cognition Paperback – January 31, 1988

ISBN-13: 978-0674258969 ISBN-10: 0674258967 Edition: Reprint

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Goldman is one of our leading epistemologists, known for his subtle and eloquent defense of the past decade's reigning epistemology, reliabilism. He is the source of many of the rich concepts and distinctions that have set the terms of current discussion and furnished epistemology with its current high degree of rigor and sophistication. Epistemology and Cognition is his masterwork, expounding all his fundamental ideas. (William G. Lycan)

Very impressive. I myself have been awaiting Alvin Goldman's book for some time, and I think many others have been too. It's even more interesting than I had anticipated. Although many philosophers nowadays pay lip service to the idea that there is an overlap between psychology and philosophy, this book is unique both in its detailed attempt to spell out the theoretical framework behind this idea and in the depth and breadth of its account of relevant work in cognitive science. I believe it will have significant impact. (Gilbert Harman)

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Alvin Goldman is Professor of Philosophy, University of Arizona.

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