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245 00 Explaining knowledge :|bnew essays on the Gettier problem 
       /|cRodrigo Borges, Claudio de Almeida, and Peter D. Klein.
250    First edition. 
264  1 Oxford :|bOxford University Press,|c2017. 
300    1 online resource (xii, 414 pages) :|billustrations 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
336    still image|bsti|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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500    This edition previously issued in print: 2017. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tIs justified true belief knowledge? /|rEdmund L. Gettier
       --|gPart I:|tSolving the Gettier problem.|tGettiered 
       belief /|rE.J. Coffman ;|tThe nature of knowledge /|rPeter
       D. Klein ;|tKnowledge, luck, and virtue : resolving the 
       Gettier problem /|rDuncan Pritchard ;|tPerceptual 
       capacities, knowledge, and Gettier cases /|rSusanna 
       Schellenberg ;|tChained to the Gettier problem : a useful 
       falsehood? /|rRobert K. Shope ;|tAccident, evidence, and 
       knowledge /|rJonathan Vogel --|gPart II:|tThe Gettier 
       legacy.|tSed ubi Socrates currit? On the Gettier problem 
       before Gettier /|rRisto Hilpinen ;|tLessons from Gettier /
       |rJonathan L. Kvanvig ;|tDefeasible reasoning and 
       representation : the lesson of Gettier /|rKeith Lehrer ;
       |tThe lesson of Gettier /|rLinda Zagzebski --|gPart III:
       |tGettier and philosophical methodology.|tThe Gettier case
       and intuition /|rJessica Brown ;|tGettier and the 
       epistemic appraisal of philosophical intuition /|rAlvin I.
       Goldman ;|tThe metaphysical Gettier problem and the X-Phi 
       critique /|rErnest Sosa ;|tGettier cases : a taxonomy /
       |rPeter Blouw, Wesley Buckwalter, and John Turri ;
       |tKnowledge, noise, and curve-fitting : a methodological 
       argument for justified true belief? /|rJonathan M. 
       Weinberg --|gPart IV:|tGettier and inferential knowledge.
       |tInferential knowledge and the Gettier conjecture /
       |rRodrigo Borges ;|tKnowledge, benign falsehoods, and the 
       Gettier problem /|rClaudio de Almeida ;|tClosure, counter-
       closure, and inferential knowledge /|rBranden Fitelson ;
       |tKnowledge and false belief /|rJohn Hawthorne and Dani 
       Rabinowitz --|gPart V:|tDissolving the Gettier problem.
       |tGolden Gettier : what we (should have) learned /|rFred 
       Dretske ;|tThe value of knowledge and the Gettier game /
       |rRichard Foley ;|tGettier cases : transworld identity and
       counterparts /|rStephen Hetherington ;|tThe difference 
       between knowledge and understanding /|rSherrilyn Roush. 
520 8  The 'Gettier Problem' has been central to epistemology 
       since 1963, when Edmund Gettier presented a powerful 
       challenge to the standard analysis of knowledge. Now 
       twenty-six leading philosophers examine the issues that 
       arise from Gettier's challenge, setting the agenda for 
       future work on the central problem of epistemology. 
520    "The 'Gettier Problem' has shaped most of the fundamental 
       debates in epistemology for more than fifty years. Before 
       Edmund Gettier published his famous 1963 paper (reprinted 
       in this volume), it was generally presumed that knowledge 
       was equivalent to true belief supported by adequate 
       evidence. Gettier presented a powerful challenge to that 
       presumption. This led to the development and refinement of
       many prominent epistemological theories: internalism, 
       externalism, evidentialism, reliabilism, and virtue 
       epistemology. The debate about the appropriate use of 
       intuition as providing evidence in all areas of philosophy
       began as a debate about the epistemic status of the 
       'Gettier intuition' ... This volume presents a collective 
       examination by twenty-six experts, including some of the 
       most influential philosophers of our time, of the various 
       issues that arise from Gettier's challenge to the analysis
       of knowledge."|cPublisher's website. 
521    Specialized. 
588 0  Online resource; title from home page (viewed on November 
       8, 2017). 
600 10 Gettier, Edmund L.|0
650  0 Gettier problem.|0
650  0 Knowledge, Theory of.|0
650  0 Justification (Theory of knowledge)|0
700 1  Borges, Rodrigo,|0
700 1  Almeida, Claudio de,|0
700 1  Klein, Peter D.|q(Peter David),|d1940-|0
776 08 |iPrint version :|z9780198724551. 
990    Oxford University Press|bOxford Scholarship Online 
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990    Oxford University Press|bOxford Scholarship Online 
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990    Oxford University Press|bOxford Scholarship Online 
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