6.30 Epistemic Value

Keywords: goals, goal, god, plantinga, value, aim, properly, consequences, theories, proper, life, epistemology, ethical, cognitive, epistemically

Number of Articles: 37
Weighted Number of Articles: 35.01066

Characteristic Articles

  1. Michael Bishop and J. D. Trout (2005) “The Pathologies Of Standard Analytic Epistemology” Noûs 39:696-714.
  2. Michael Ridge (2013) “Getting Lost On The Road To Larissa” Noûs 47:181-201.
  3. Evan Fales (1996) “Plantinga’s Case Against Naturalistic Epistemology” Philosophy of Science 63:432-451.
  4. Jeff Jordan (2006) “Does Skeptical Theism Lead To Moral Skepticism?” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 72:403-417.
  5. Hilary Putnam (1991) “Philosophical Reminiscences With Reflections On Firth’s Work” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 51:143-147.
  6. Jason Baehr (2012) “Credit Theories And The Value Of Knowledge” The Philosophical Quarterly 62:1-22.
  7. Stephen Maitzen (1995) “Our Errant Epistemic Aim” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 55:869-876.
  8. Wayne D. Riggs (2003) “Balancing Our Epistemic Goals” Noûs 37:342-352.
  9. Roberta Cutler Klein (1987) “Are We Morally Obligated To Be Intellectually Responsible?” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 48:79-92.
  10. Selim Berker (2013) “Epistemic Teleology And The Separateness Of Propositions” Philosophical Review 122:337-393.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. Thomas Kelly (2003) “Epistemic Rationality As Instrumental Rationality: A Critique” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 66:612-640. (0.6560862)
  2. Alvin Plantinga (1981) “Is Belief In God Properly Basic?” Noûs 15:41-51. (0.5051732)
  3. Wayne D. Riggs (2002) “Reliability And The Value Of Knowledge” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 64:79-96. (0.6661079)