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CONTENTS Introduction 1 Quentin Smith 1. Knowledge Needs No Justification 5 Hilary Kornblith 2. Useful False Beliefs 25 Peter Klein 3. Immediate Justification and Process Reliabilism 63 Alvin Goldman 4. Evidence 83 Earl Conee and Richard Feldman 5. Experiential Justification 105 Anthony Brueckner 6. Skepticism and Perceptual Knowledge 121 Ernest Sosa 7. Knowledge-Closure and Skepticism 137 Marian David and Ted A. Warfield 8. Modal Error 189 George Bealer 9. Rational Disagreement as a Challenge to Practical Ethics and Moral Theory: An Essay inMoral Epistemology 225 Robert Audi 10. Irrationality and Cognition 249 John L. Pollock 11. Why Epistemology Cannot be Operationalized 277 Timothy Williamson 12. Epistemology Dehumanized 301 Panayot Butchvarov Index 329
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Knowledge, Theory of.