This book is a sustained defence of traditional internalist epistemology. The aim is threefold: to address some key criticisms of internalism and show that they do not hit their mark, to articulate a detailed version of a central objection to externalism, and to illustrate how a consistent internalism can meet the charge that it fares no better in the face of this objection than does externalism itself.
This original work will be recommended reading for scholars with an interest in epistemology.
1. Internalism and the Collapse of the Gettier Problem 2. The Connection to Truth 3. Internalism, Externalism, and the Metaregress 4. What’s Wrong with Epistemic Circularity 5. Analytic A Priori Knowledge 6. The Problem of Deduction 7. The Ground of Induction