"This monograph adds significantly to the growing literature on the skeptical threat posed by lotteries. But it is also an important contribution to epistemology in general, and especially the intersection between epistemology and the philosophy of language. The book is also a good read. It is filled with engaging arguments, for and against various positions, many of which spill over into the footnotes, where they undergo promising developments."--Matthew McGrath, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
About the Author
John Hawthorne is at Rutgers University, New Jersey.