Publisher: Alexandria Publishing
Epistemology is among the most foundational fields in philosophy, addressing the theories of knowledge; both what we do know and what we can possibly know. This text addresses views from many classical and modern philosophers including Descartes, Code, Covina, Ruth, Bertrand Russell, H.H. Price, Norman Malcom, Fumerton, and Bonjour. Topics range from the notions of a priori and posteriori knowledge, to the opposing views of foundationalism and contextualism.