6.22 Ethics of Belief

Keywords: duty, internalism, alston, internal, internalist, externalist, doxastic, seeing, epistemically, feldman, externalism, status, justification, project, epistemic

Number of Articles: 52
Weighted Number of Articles: 50.77021

Characteristic Articles

  1. Richard Feldman (2000) “The Ethics Of Belief” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 60:667-695.
  2. Charlotte Katzoff (2000) “Counter-Evidence And The Duty To Critically Reflect” Analysis 60:89-96.
  3. Alvin Plantinga (1990) “Justification In The 20th Century” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 50:45-71.
  4. Stephen Cade Hetherington (1991) “On Being Epistemically Internal” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 51:855-871.
  5. Earl Conee (2002) “Innocuous Infallibility” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 64:406-408.
  6. Paul Tidman (1996) “Critical Reflection: An Alleged Epistemic Duty” Analysis 56:268-276.
  7. Alan Sidelle (2002) “Innoculi Innocula” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 64:409-411.
  8. Phil Goggans (1991) “Epistemic Obligations And Doxastic Voluntarism” Analysis 51:102-105.
  9. Kihyeon Kim (1994) “The Deontological Conception Of Epistemic Justification And Doxastic Voluntarism” Analysis 54:282-284.
  10. Anthony Brueckner (1996) “Deontologism And Internalism In Epistemology” Noûs 30:527-536.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. Richard Feldman (2000) “The Ethics Of Belief” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 60:667-695. (0.8227865)
  2. Hilary Kornblith (1983) “Justified Belief And Epistemically Responsible Action” Philosophical Review 92:33-48. (0.484397)