What is knowledge? What is the extent of our knowledge? What are the sources of knowledge? Is there any genuine knowledge?
Epistemology is one of the core areas of philosophy. It is concerned with the nature, sources and limits of knowledge. There is a vast array of views about those topics, and the titles selected here provide a range of these different perspectives. Included are works by Emile Meyerson, whose deliberations on the philsophy of the intellect were to command the respect of his contemporaries; a further study on the ideas of Meyerson himself by Jospeh LaLumia; and a collection of writings by British epistemologist Henry Habberly Price, based on the Gifford Lectures of 1959-60, that draw on the relationship between belief and knowledge.