Readership: Scholars and advanced students
in philosophy of language and epistemology.
Michael Blome-Tillmann, McGill University
Michael Blome-Tillmann is Associate Professor of Philosophy at McGill University and Marie Curie Experienced Researcher at the University of Cambridge. His research is primarily in the areas of epistemology and philosophy of language.
"The book is outstanding. It is a must-read for anyone with a serious interest in the semantics of knowledge claims ... I recommend it enthusiastically." - Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
"It is quite likely that a general readership will find much of interest and enjoyment in the subject matter and the author's treatment of it. As for the academic readership, particularly in the field of philosophy - and even more narrowly that of epistemology - I suggest it is a "must-read"." - Joe Sinclair, New Nuturing Potential
Outline of the Book
1.: Knowledge and Presuppositions
2: The Sceptical Puzzle
3: Objections and Replies
4: Linguistic Issues
5: Further Puzzles
6: Closure and Moorean Reasoning