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Book's title: Intellectual trust in oneself and others Richard Foley.
Library of Congress Control Number: 00065171
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):0521793084
Cataloging Source:DLC, DLC DLC
Authentication Code:pcc
Library of Congress Call Number:BD161 .F565 2001
Dewey Decimal Classification Number:121/.6$221
Personal Name:Foley, Richard, 1947-
Publication, Distribution, etc.:Cambridge, UK ; New York . Cambridge University Press, (c)2001.
Physical Description:x, 182 p. ;, 24 cm.
Title:Cambridge studies in philosophy
Bibliography, etc. Note:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:Machine generated contents note: - The Importance of Intellectual Self-Trust
1. Classical foundationalism and intellectual trust
2. Attempts to refiute skepticism
3. Externalism and the analysis of knowledge
4. Epistemology, theology, and natural selection
5. Epistemology and the leap of intellectual faith
2 Intellectual Self-Trust, Rational Belief, and Invulnerability
to Self-Criticism
1. Confidence and depth
2. Rational belief as invulnerability to self-criticism
3. Two thought experiments
4. Self-trust and inconsistency
5. Rationality and less than ideal outcomes
t:Empirical Challenges to Self-Trust
1. Studies documenting our tendencies to make errors
2. First-person epistemological issues raised by the
,studies
I: 3. Self-monitoring
E 4. The limits of self-monitoring
5. The lack of guarantees
6. Internal conflict and conflict with others
Part Two Intellectual Trust in Others and in One's Own
Future and Past Self
4 Self-Trust and the Authority of Others
1. Epistemic egotism and epistemic egoism
2. Locke on the authority of others
3. The social construction of opinion
4. The incoherence of epistemic egotism and egoism
5. Intellectual conflict with others
6. Anonymous reconsidered
7. Egalitarianism and expert opinion
8. Individualism and autonomy
5 Past Opinion and Current Opinion
1. The diary problem
2. Three theses about past opinion
3. An attempt to motivate the credibility thesis
4. The incoherence of not trusting past opinion
5. Differences in the credibility of past opinions
6. The priority thesis and the special reason thesis
7. Radical conflicts with one's own past opinions
8. Past opinions and the opinions of others
6 Future Opinion and Current Opinion
1. Epistemic Ulysses problems
2. Trust in future opinion
3. Reasons for believing that I will believe P
4. Conflicts between current and future opinions
5. Future opinions and current deliberations
6. Self-trust radiates outward
Conclusion
Index.
Rubrics: Knowledge, Theory of

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