6.14 Assertion

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Number of Articles: 37
Weighted Number of Articles: 31.37706

Characteristic Articles

  1. Peter Unger (1971) “A Defense Of Skepticism” Philosophical Review 80:198-219.
  2. Martin Smith (2010) “What Else Justification Could Be” Noûs 44:10-31.
  3. Clayton Littlejohn (2009) “Must We Act Only On What We Know?” Journal of Philosophy 106:463-473.
  4. Aidan Mcglynn (2013) “Believing Things Unknown” Noûs 47:385-407.
  5. Charlie Pelling (2013) “Assertion And The Provision Of Knowledge” The Philosophical Quarterly 63:293-312.
  6. Niko Kolodny (2008) "Why Be Disposed To Be Coherent?*" Ethics 118:437-463.
  7. Herbert Heidelberger (1963) “On Defining Epistemic Expressions” Journal of Philosophy 60:344-348.
  8. David Enoch, Levi Spectre and Talia Fisher (2012) “Statistical Evidence, Sensitivity, And The Legal Value Of Knowledge” Philosophy and Public Affairs 40:197-224.
  9. John Turri (2010) “Prompting Challenges” Analysis 70:456-462.
  10. Jennifer Lackey (2007) “Norms Of Assertion” Noûs 41:594-626.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. John Hawthorne and Jason Stanley (2008) “Knowledge And Action” Journal of Philosophy 105:571-590. (0.2955199)
  2. Timothy Williamson (1996) “Knowing And Asserting” Philosophical Review 105:489-523. (0.5103286)
  3. Jennifer Lackey (2007) “Norms Of Assertion” Noûs 41:594-626. (0.9998844)