Readership: Scholars and advanced students of epistemology.
Edited by Trent Dougherty, Baylor University, Texas
Trent Dougherty graduated from the University of Rochester, where he wrote a dissertation arguing against the notion that whether one knows depends on one's practical interests. He is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Baylor University, where he regularly teaches graduate seminars in epistemology, philosophy of language, and philosophy of religion. When not writing philosophy, he is usually riding a bike, often with his wife or one of his children.
"a timely and noteworthy contribution to epistemology ... Epistemologists of any creed will unquestionably glean much insight from this collection." - Lauren Leydon-Hardy, Analysis
Trent Dougherty: Introduction
Part I. Evidentialism and Disagreement
1: Michael Huemer: Evidence and Agent-Centered Norms
2: Jonathan Kvanvig: The Rational Significance of Reflective Ascent
3: Keith Lehrer: Evidentialism and the Paradox of Parity
Part II. Virtue Critiques: Evidence and Inquiry
4: Guy Axtell: From Internalist Evidentialism to Virtue Responsibilism
5: Jason Baehr: Evidentialism, Vice, and Virtue
Part III. Evidentialism and Skepticism
6: Matthias Steup: Evidentialist Anti-skepticism
7: Michael Bergmann: Evidentialism and the Great Pumpkin Objection
Part IV. "Knowledge First"
8: Keith DeRose: Questioning Evidentialism
9: Timothy Williamson: Improbable Knowing
Part V. Internalism/Externalism
10: John Greco: Evidentialism and Knowledge
11: Richard Fumerton: Evidentialism and Truth
Part VI. Evidence
12: Richard Swinburne: Evidence
13: Patrick Rysiew: Making it Evident: Evidence and Evidentness, Justification and Belief
14: Trent Dougherty: In Defense of Propositionalism about Evidence
Part VII. New Syntheses
15: Duncan Pritchard: Evidentialism, Internalism, Disjunctivism
16: Alvin Goldman: Toward a Synthesis of Reliabilism and Evidentialism?
Part VIII. Replies
Earl Conee and Richard Feldman: 17. Replies
Appendix A: Chart Summary of Arguments
Appendix B: Bibliography of Conee and Feldman