6.1 Knowledge of Mind

Keywords: pain, memory, mental, object, conscious, physical, past, event, events, knowing, known, objects, states, knew, facts

Number of Articles: 82
Weighted Number of Articles: 77.52744

Characteristic Articles

  1. Joseph Margolis (1970) “Indubitability, Self-Intimating States, And Logically Privileged Access” Journal of Philosophy 67:918-931.
  2. Paul Hayner (1970) “Meyers On Knowledge By Acquaintance: A Rejoinder” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 31:297-298.
  3. Paul Hayner (1969) “Knowledge By Acquaintance” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 29:423-431.
  4. Joseph Margolis (1977) “Remembering” Mind 86:186-205.
  5. Robert G. Meyers (1970) “Knowledge By Acquaintance: A Reply To Hayner” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 31:293-296.
  6. Andrew Naylor (1973) “On The Evidence Of One’s”Memories"" Analysis 33:160-167.
  7. Grace A. De Laguna (1936) “Being And Knowing: A Dialectical Study” Philosophical Review 45:435-456.
  8. Robert K. Shope (1973) “Remembering, Knowledge, And Memory Traces” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 33:303-322.
  9. G. E. Moore and H. W. B. Joseph (1929) “Symposium: Indirect Knowledge” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (Supplementary Volume) 9:19-66.
  10. James Lindsay (1920) “The Nature Of Knowledge” Philosophical Review 29:80-82.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. Alvin I. Goldman (1976) “Discrimination And Perceptual Knowledge” Journal of Philosophy 73:771-791. (0.5482201)
  2. John Mcdowell (1995) “Knowledge And The Internal” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 55:877-893. (0.3215531)
  3. John Hyman (1999) “How Knowledge Works” The Philosophical Quarterly 49:433-451. (0.5691407)