- Title Pages
- Preface for Readers and Instructors
Chapter OneDescartes’s Pyrrhonian Virtue Epistemology
Chapter TwoDream Skepticism
Chapter ThreeRegress Skepticism
Chapter FourKnowledge: What It Is and How We Might Have It
Chapter FiveKnowledge as Action
Chapter SixVarieties and Levels of Knowledge
Chapter SevenThe Value of Human Knowledge
Chapter EightMind–World Relations
Chapter NineTwo Forms of Virtue Epistemology
Chapter TenKnowledge, Time, and Negligence
Chapter ElevenVirtue Theory against Situationism
Chapter TwelveVirtue Epistemology and a Theory of Competence
Chapter ThirteenKnowledge and Justification
- Further Reading Related to This Book
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