Knowledge and Its Place in Nature

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Clarendon Press, 2002 - Philosophy - 189 pages
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Argues that conceptual analysis should be rejected in favour of a more naturalistic approach to epistemology. There is a robust natural phenomenon of knowledge; knowledge is a natural kind. An examination of the cognitive ethology literature reveals a category of knowledge that does both causal and explanatory work. It is argued that knowledge in this very sense is what philosophers have been talking about all along. Rival accounts of knowledge that are more demanding -- requiring either that certain social conditions be met or that an agent engage in some sort of reflection -- are discussed in detail, and it is argued that they are inadequate to the phenomenon. In addition, it is argued that the account of knowledge that emerges from the cognitive ethology literature can provide an explanation of the normative force of epistemic claims.

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Oxford Scholarship Online: Knowledge and its Place in Nature
Knowledge and its Place in Nature. Kornblith, Hilary , Professor of Philosophy, University of Vermont. Print publication date: 2002 ...
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Kornblith’ s Naturalistic Epistemology
book is entitled “Knowledge and Its Place in Nature”, and the pivotal role. Kornblith assigns to cognitive ethology makes one think that ‘nature’ here ...
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KNOWLEDGE, NATURALISM, AND COGNITIVE ETHOLOGY: KORNBLITH’S ...
Kornblith, H. (2002): Knowledge and its Place in Nature, Oxford: OUP. Lycan, W. (1988): Judgment and Justification, Cambridge: CUP. ...
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ingentaconnect Knowledge, Naturalism, and Cognitive Ethology ...
This paper explores Kornblith's proposal in Knowledge and its Place in Nature that knowledge is a natural kind that can be elucidated and understood in ...
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Title, Knowledge and its Place in Nature, Type, Book Whole. Year, 2002, Publication · Abbreviated Journal · Volume · Issue · Pages ...
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Форуми на Проектория / Knowledge and Its Place in Nature
Knowledge and Its Place in Nature: Externalism - Psychologism - Intuitions" Thomas Grundmann and Hilary Kornblith are organizing a summer school in ...
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interview: Hilary Kornblith : UVM The View
the view: Let's start by sketching the broad contours of the argument in Knowledge and its Place in Nature — what were you trying to do with the book? ...
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EPISTEMOLOGY
H. Kornblith Knowledge and its Place in Nature, chs. 1 and 2. T. Williamson (1995) ‘Is Knowing a State of Mind?’, Mind. ...
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Hilary Kornblith: Knowledge and its Place in Nature
Kornbliths Argumentation in Knowledge and its Place in Nature ist glasklar: Wissen ist ein natürliches Phänomen, ja mehr, eine natürliche Art. Von diesem ...
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Hilary Kornblith - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This claim is defended in his book "Knowledge and its Place in Nature" (Oxford University Press, 2002) where Kornblith argues that knowledge, as it is being ...
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Hilary Kornblith is in the Department of Philosophy, University of Massachusetts.

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