"How Am I Supposed To Know?" - Sources of Knowledge

May 2, 2013 - May 4, 2013
Vienna Forum for Analytic Philosophy, University of Vienna

Universitätsstrasse 7
Vienna A-1010
Austria

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  • "Analytische Philosophie der Sprache, Symbole und Medien”, Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna

Keynote speakers:

Richard Foley
New York University
Jennifer Nagel
University of Toronto

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Contemporary debates on knowledge tend to revolve around the acquisition of knowledge, the conference will therefore focus on the sources of knowledge. Possible candidates for such sources of knowledge seem to be perception, memory, logical reasoning, testimony, or intuitions. But there is no agreement on which of these are sources of knowledge in their own right, and which can be reduced to others; in which epistemological processes they are involved; or what sort of justification they each require or yield.

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