Believable Evidence

Believable Evidence

Mitova, Veli (University of Johannesburg)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

Believable Evidence argues that evidence consists of true beliefs. The first contemporary monograph entirely devoted to the ontology of evidence, it challenges a broad range of current views on reasons in an accessible way, making it a must-read for scholars and advanced students in metaethics and epistemology.
Part I. Solid Metaethical Foundations: 1. The standard story; 2. The beast of two burdens; 3. Extreme psychologism about reasons; 4. Truthy; Part II. Sound Epistemological Structure: 5. Truthy psychologism; 6. Truthy psychologism gives us everything we want; 7. If E then EB?; 8. If TB then E?; Part III. Fruitful Metaepistemic Soil: 9. Who can tell us why to care about the evidence?; 10. Truthy psychologism and the authority of evidence.
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