6.33 Luck

Keywords: understanding, intuition, priori, sosa, success, easy, table, knowl, red, closure, edge, ability, knowledge, understand, animal

Number of Articles: 46
Weighted Number of Articles: 53.48069

Characteristic Articles

  1. Yuval Avnur (2011) “Hawthorne On The Deeply Contingent”A Priori"" Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 83:174-183.
  2. Jonathan L. Kvanvig (2011) “Millar On The Value Of Knowledge” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (Supplementary Volume) 85:83-99.
  3. Thomas A. Blackson (2007) “On Williamson’s Argument For ( \({\Rm{I}}_I\) ) In His Anti-Luminosity Argument” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 74:397-405.
  4. Stewart Cohen (2002) “Basic Knowledge And The Problem Of Easy Knowledge” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 65:309-329.
  5. Peter J. Markie (2005) “Easy Knowledge” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 70:406-416.
  6. Martijn Blaauw (2008) “Epistemic Value, Achievements, And Questions” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (Supplementary Volume) 82:43-57.
  7. Stewart Cohen (2005) “Why Basic Knowledge Is Easy Knowledge” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 70:417-430.
  8. Duncan Pritchard (2008) “Radical Scepticism, Epistemic Luck, And Epistemic Value” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (Supplementary Volume) 82:19-41.
  9. Duncan Pritchard (2012) “Anti-Luck Virtue Epistemology” Journal of Philosophy 109:247-279.
  10. Tim Black (2008) “Solving The Problem Of Easy Knowledge” The Philosophical Quarterly 58:597-617.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. Stewart Cohen (2002) “Basic Knowledge And The Problem Of Easy Knowledge” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 65:309-329. (0.7942607)
  2. R. M. Sainsbury (1997) “Easy Possibilities” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 57:907-919. (0.5525128)
  3. John Greco (2012) “A (Different) Virtue Epistemology” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 85:1-26. (0.337444)