By Duncan Pritchard
In this ebook, Duncan Pritchard argues that we don't have to choose from those austere choices, due to the fact a better exam of what's serious about the inspiration of epistemic success unearths sorts of good fortune which are suitable with wisdom ownership and forms that are not. furthermore, Pritchard exhibits extra nuanced figuring out of the connection among good fortune and data can solid mild on the various such a lot crucial issues in modern epistemology. those issues contain: the externalism/internalism contrast; advantage epistemology; the matter of scepticism; metaepistemological scepticism; modal epistemology; and the matter of ethical good fortune.
All epistemologists might want to come to phrases with Pritchard's unique and incisive contribution.
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