Readership: Scholars and advanced students in epistemology.
José L. Zalabardo, University College London
José L. Zalabardo is a reader at the University College London Philosophy Department. He studied for his PhD at the University of Michigan, was a lecturer at the University of Birmingham from 1994 to 2000, and then joined UCL. He has published numerous articles in academic journals and collective volumes, and is the author of Introduction to the Theory of Logic (Westview Press, 2000), and editor of Wittgenstein's Early Philosophy (OUP, 2012).
"Scepticism and Reliable Belief is an important work in epistemology: it makes a strong push for a reliabilist response to skepticism, and it does so with fresh eyes and in a clear and thorough manner. Those of us who have an interest in finding an adequate response to skepticism will benefit from a close and careful examination of Zalabardo's book." - Tim Black, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
1: The problem of scepticism
2: Reliabilism and the evidential constraint
3: Knowledge and truth tracking
5: Inferential knowledge
6: Knowledge without evidence
7: Sceptical arguments
8: Scepticism and realism