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The Possibility of Knowledge Hardcover – May 10, 2007

ISBN-13: 978-0199208319 ISBN-10: 019920831X Edition: 1St Edition

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The virtues of this book are many. First and foremost, the possibility of knowledge is a topic which, though addressed by various authors and in various places, has not previously recieved the sort of sustained attention it gets here... a delightful book that is well worth reading. I recommend it especially to those who have thought about how to address how-possible questions in epistemology, and to those who wonder how Kant might be connected to the contemporary literature in epistemology. I can think of few better people with whom to explore these issues than Cassam himself. Sanford Goldberg, Mind [a] meticulously argued new book David Papineau, Times Literary Supplement The book is very crunchy in the density of its argument, but lucidly expressed, and not without a sly humour in its choice of examples Steven Poole, The Guardian

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Quassim Cassam is Knightbridge Professor of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge.

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