Analysing the concept of knowledge

Duncan Pritchard

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Abstract / Description of output

The recent history regarding the analysis of knowledge is examined, in the context of the so-called ‘Gettier problem’. The issues that are explored include: (i) the nature of the Gettier problem itself, and the particular conception of the ‘traditional’ analysis of knowledge that it presupposes; (ii) why the Gettier problem is not amenable to a straightforward solution; (iii) some of the core motivations for rejecting the ‘analytical project’ of trying to offering an analysis of knowledge; and (iv) some recent virtue theoretic solutions that have been offered to the analytical project
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Philosophy of Knowledge
Subtitle of host publicationA History
EditorsStephen Hetheringtom, Nicolas D Smith, Henrik Lagerlund, Stephen Gaukroger, Markos Valaris
PublisherBloomsbury
Chapter11
ISBN (Electronic)9781474258883
ISBN (Print)9781474258876
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 20 Sept 2018

Keywords / Materials (for Non-textual outputs)

  • epistemic luck
  • epistemology
  • knowledge
  • knowledge first
  • virtue epistemology

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