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Ernest Sosa: And His Critics (Philosophers and their Critics) Hardcover – September 13, 2004

ISBN-13: 978-0631217985 ISBN-10: 0631217983 Edition: 1st

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"Anyone interested in developments in epistemology over the past 50 years cannot ignore Sosa’s work, and the discussions here make possible a fuller appreciation and understanding of Sosa’s achievements and place in recent epistemology." Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

“This is an excellent collection of essays. It illuminates not only Sosa's philosophical work, but also a large part of contemporary epistemology.”

Anil Gupta, University of Pittsburgh

"In conclusion, it seems that Sosa's virtue epistemology offers a promising line in solving some perennial problems. It overcomes some important deficiences of its predecessors, and at the same time integrates some advantages of the old paradigms." Marina Bakalova, Central European University

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"Anyone interested in developments in epistemology over the past 50 years cannot ignore Sosa’s work, and the discussions here make possible a fuller appreciation and understanding of Sosa’s achievements and place in recent epistemology." Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews

“This is an excellent collection of essays. It illuminates not only Sosa's philosophical work, but also a large part of contemporary epistemology.”

Anil Gupta, University of Pittsburgh

"In conclusion, it seems that Sosa's virtue epistemology offers a promising line in solving some perennial problems. It overcomes some important deficiences of its predecessors, and at the same time integrates some advantages of the old paradigms." Marina Bakalova, Central European University

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