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Publisher: Rodopi

Philosophical Knowledge. Edited by Christian Beyer and Alex Burri

Preface
pp. vii-vii(1)
Authors: Beyer, Christian; Burri, Alex

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Naturalism and Intuitions
pp. 27-49(23)
Author: Kornblith, Hilary

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Intuitions: Their Nature and Epistemic Efficacy
pp. 51-67(17)
Author: Sosa, Ernest

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Philosophical Knowledge and Knowledge of Counterfactuals
pp. 89-123(35)
Author: Williamson, Timothy

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The Possibility of Knowledge
pp. 125-141(17)
Author: Cassam, Quassim

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Transcendental Arguments: a Plea for Modesty
pp. 143-161(19)
Author: Stern, Robert

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A Priori Existence
pp. 163-175(13)
Author: Burri, Alex

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Self-referential Arguments in Philosophy
pp. 177-197(21)
Author: Brendel, Elke

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Metaphysics of Science Between Metaphysics and Science
pp. 199-213(15)
Author: Esfeld, Michael

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Could Anything Be Wrong With Analytic Philosophy?
pp. 215-237(23)
Author: Glock, Hans-Johann

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On not Forgetting the Epistemology of Names
pp. 239-250(12)
Author: Jackson, Frank

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Contextualism about Knowledge and Justification by Default
pp. 251-272(22)
Author: Willaschek, Marcus

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Existence, Inexpressibility and Philosophical Knowledge
pp. 273-290(18)
Author: Føllesdal, Dagfinn

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