Ad Infinitum: New Essays on Epistemological Infinitism by John Turri,Peter D. Klein

By John Turri,Peter D. Klein

Infinitism is an historic view in epistemology in regards to the constitution of data and epistemic justification, in keeping with which there are not any foundational purposes for trust. The view hasn't ever been renowned, and is usually linked to skepticism, yet after languishing for hundreds of years it has lately started a resurgence. with no end in sight provides new paintings at the subject by means of top epistemologists. They shed new mild on infinitism's special strengths and
weaknesses, and tackle questions, new and outdated, approximately its account of justification, reasoning, epistemic accountability, confrontation, and belief, between different very important concerns. the amount clarifies the connection among infinitism and different epistemological perspectives, equivalent to skepticism, coherentism, foundationalism and
contextualism, and it deals novel views at the metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics of regresses and reasons.

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