Readership: Scholars and advanced students in epistemology and philosophy of mind.
Edited by Timothy Chan, Researcher, University of Oslo
Timothy Chan is a Researcher at the University of Oslo for the Reflective Mind research project, which has been awarded funding by the Research Council of Norway. Before moving to Norway, he was lecturer at the University of East Anglia and taught at several other universities in the UK and Hong Kong. He has published research articles in journals including the Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Philosophical Studies, and Synthese.
1: Timothy Chan: Introduction: Aiming at Truth
2: Paul Horwich: Belief-Truth Norms
3: Pascal Engel: In Defense of Normativism about the Aim of Belief
4: David Papineau: There Are No Norms of Belief
5: Kathrin Glüer & Åsa Wikforss: Against Belief Normativity
6: Krister Bykvist & Anandi Hattiangadi: Belief, Truth and Blindspots
7: Ralph Wedgwood: What is The Right Thing to Believe?
8: Jonathan Adler & Michael Hicks: Non-Evidential Reasons to Believe
9: Andrew Reisner: Leaps of Knowledge
10: Daniel Whiting: Nothing but the Truth: On the Norms and Aims of Belief
11: Asbjørn Steglich-Petersen: Truth as the Aim of Epistemic Justification