6.32 Testimony

Keywords: testimonial, trust, testimony, audience, hearer, burge, told, speaker, speech, source, entitlement, acquire, entitled, speakers, utterances

Number of Articles: 36
Weighted Number of Articles: 33.29462

Characteristic Articles

  1. Tomoji Shogenji (2006) “A Defense Of Reductionism About Testimonial Justification Of Beliefs” Noûs 40:331-346.
  2. Jonathan E. Adler (1994) “Testimony, Trust, Knowing” Journal of Philosophy 91:264-275.
  3. Elizabeth Fricker (2006) “Second-Hand Knowledge” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 73:592-618.
  4. Edward S. Hinchman (2005) “Telling As Inviting To Trust” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 70:562-587.
  5. Sanford C. Goldberg (2008) “Testimonial Knowledge In Early Childhood, Revisited” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 76:1-36.
  6. Elizabeth Fricker (1995) “Critical Notice” Mind 104:393-411.
  7. Paul Faulkner (2007) “What Is Wrong With Lying?” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 75:535-557.
  8. Paul Faulkner (2007) “On Telling And Trusting” Mind 116:875-902.
  9. Christopher J. Insole (2000) “Seeing Off The Local Threat To Irreducible Knowledge By Testimony” The Philosophical Quarterly 50:44-56.
  10. Miranda Fricker (2012) “Group Testimony? The Making Of A Collective Good Informant” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 84:249-276.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. Jennifer Lackey (1999) “Testimonial Knowledge And Transmission” The Philosophical Quarterly 49:471-490. (0.551844)