Works of philosophers or others dealing with the limits, sources, nature and methods of human knowledge.
Two movements in ancient philosophy, Pyrrhonism, and Academic Skepticism. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Leo Groarke.
Discussion of a formula to calculate conditional probabilities which figures in subjectivist approaches to epistemology; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by James Joyce.
Epistemological movement based on Bayesian confirmation and decision theory; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by William Talbott.
By Roderick Firth.
Metaphysical and epistemological accounts of color. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Barry Maund.
Syllabus for a Yale University seminar on epistemology.
Essays on epistemology from the Proceedings of the Friesian School, Fourth Series.
Survey of naturalistic epistemology which emphasizes importance of natural selection; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Michael Bradie and William Harms
Discusses mathematical approaches to normative epistemology; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Oliver Schulte.
Survey of theories according to which knowledge and justified belief rest ultimately on a foundation of noninferential knowledge or justified belief. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Richard Fumerton.
Classic short paper by Edmund Gettier.
James Pryor's homepage. It includes online papers and detailed lecture notes.
Electronic journal for theory of knowledge.
Data base that allows scientific literature search in the domain of evolution and cognition, thus indexing the literature in Evolutionary Epistemology.
Laurence BonJour's dissertation.
Kent Bach reviews this book by Krista Lawlor. From Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
Qualia are introspectively accessible, phenomenal aspects of our mental lives. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Michael Tye.
Peter J. Graham reviews this book by Gabor Forrai. From Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
A short paper by Alex Scott on the ancient school of skepticism.
Article examining the various forms of skepticism. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Peter Klein.
A booklet for teaching theory of knowledge. It includes a list of topics in epistemology with an introduction and a reading list for each.
Survey of analyses of the concept of knowledge, including justified true belief and the Gettier problem; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Matthias Steup.
A collection of epistemology resources, including other directories, online papers, and graduate programs strong in epistemology.
Directory of links by Keith Korcz, including online papers.
Course taught by James Pryor at Princeton University; includes handouts and lecture notes.
An overview of epistemology, exploring the various theories of knowledge, justification, and belief.
An approach in epistemology that applies the resources of virtue theory to problems in the theory of knowledge. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by John Greco.
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