Epistemic norms play an increasingly important role in many current debates in epistemology and beyond. Paramount among these are debates about belief, action, and assertion. Three primary questions organize the literature. What epistemic requirements constrain appropriate belief? What epistemic requirements constrain appropriate assertion? What epistemic requirements constrain appropriate action? With the tremendous but disparate growth of the literature on epistemic norms, the time is ripe for a volume bringing together papers by established and emerging figures, with an eye toward the interconnections among our three questions. That is precisely what this volume seeks to do.If believing that p does commit you to knowing that p, maybe this commitment does distinguish belief from all other ... Commitment. What does it mean to say that this commits you to that? Ia#39;m going to leave the notion of commitment at a fairlyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Epistemic Norms: New Essays on Action, Belief, and Assertion|
|Author||:||Clayton Littlejohn, John Turri|
|Publisher||:||OUP Oxford - 2014-04-17|