A Guide through the Theory of Knowledge
October 2002, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Beliefs and their Qualities.
3. Apriori Beliefs.
4. Inductive Reasoning.
5. Middleword: Fallibilism.
6. Defining Knowledge.
7. Externalism and Epistemic Virtues.
8. Knowledge of Minds.
9. Moral Knowledge.
10. Bayesian and Naturalist Theories.
11. Afterword: Some Future Epistemology.
Appendix for Teachers.
- Guides the reader through the main landmarks of epistemology.
- Covers both historically important topics and current issues and debates.
- Includes an entirely new chapter on externalism and epistemic virtues.
- Each chapter contains comprehension questions, simulation questions, and a list of relevant electronic resources.
- Revised for clarity and ease of comprehension throughout.
"This new edition of Adam Morton's well-established introduction to epistemology will be extremely helpful to students and teachers. The book is particularly suited for those coming to the area for the first time. It is clear without being simplistic, engaging without being patronizing, and introductory without being bland. This new edition brings the discussion up to date, while the new chapter on externalism and epistemic virtues explores the issues very well. Once again, Morton's guidance will be invaluable to many." Robert Stern, University of Sheffield