Glowing review of Bengson and Moffett’s edited book: edited works are very difficult to assess and often suffer from being uneven in quality. But as the reviewer says: “The wealth of its perspectives and accounts is not merely a blessing but also a nightmare for the reviewer.” So, nice one Marc! EpistemologyPhilosophy of mindsocial epistemology
A reminder: if you haven’t already done so, this special offer has only one week to run (July 21). In addition to the introduction, this issue comprises 10 papers (168 pages). Well worth the effort! Download here EPISTEME homepage
EPISTEME Issue 4.3 A themed issue on Testimony – will be freely available for download for 14 days only (July 7- July 14). Take advantage of this freebie.
The abstracts for issue 4:3 of EPISTEME are now available. Apologies for not having them when the announcement was first made – a publisher glitch (to put is very politely).
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