This book is a collection of essays as characteristic of philosophical writing in the theory of knowledge. The articles contain a number of major themes: skepticism, externalism, reliabilism, probability, and justification.
Table of Contents
1. A 'Doxastic Practice' Approach to Epistemology 2. Understanding Human Knowledge in General 3. The Skeptic's Appeal 4. Precis and Update of Epistemology and Cognition 5. The Need to Know 6. Convention, Confirmation, and Credibility 7. Probability in the Theory of Knowledge 8. Knowledge Reconsidered 9. Knowledge Representation and the Interrogative Model of Inquiry