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The aim of belief

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This title brings together 11 newly commissioned essays by leading authors on the aim of belief. It not only reflects the state of the art, but further advances the current debate. It will be key reading for researchers and students of philosophy interested in mind, knowledge and reason.
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The aim of belief
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
ISBN: 9780199672134 019967213X 9780191759079 0191759074
OCLC Number: 870302863
Description: 1 Online-Ressource
Contents: Acknowledgements ; 1. Introduction: Aiming at Truth ; 2. Belief-Truth Norms ; 3. In Defense of Normativism about the Aim of Belief ; 4. There Are No Norms of Belief ; 5. Against Belief Normativity ; 6. Belief, Truth and Blindspots ; 7. What is The Right Thing to Believe? ; 8. Non-Evidential Reasons to Believe ; 9. Leaps of Knowledge ; 10. Nothing but the Truth: On the Norms and Aims of Belief ; 11. Truth as the Aim of Epistemic Justification ; Index
Responsibility: edited by Timothy Chan.

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The Aim of Belief is the first book devoted to the question: 'what is belief?' Eleven newly commissioned essays by leading authors reflect the state of the art and further advance the current debate.  Read more...

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