6.9 Evidence

Keywords: evidence, evidential, total, evident, adequate, black, bad, harman, subjects, williamson, ball, intuitive, support, inferential, accounts

Number of Articles: 37
Weighted Number of Articles: 45.14674

Characteristic Articles

  1. Matthew Kennedy (2011) “Naïve Realism, Privileged Access, And Epistemic Safety” Noûs 45:77-102.
  2. Jessica Brown (2013) “Infallibilism, Evidence And Pragmatics” Analysis 73:626-635.
  3. Richard Foley and Richard Fumerton (1984) “Epistemic Indolence: A Reply To Schmitt” Mind 93:108-110.
  4. Timothy Williamson (1997) “Knowledge As Evidence” Mind 106:717-741.
  5. Ram Neta (2008) “What Evidence Do You Have?” British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 59:89-119.
  6. Timothy Williamson (2000) “Scepticism And Evidence” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 60:613-628.
  7. Gail J. Fine (1979) “Knowledge And Logos In The Theaetetus” Philosophical Review 88:366-397.
  8. Lory Lemke (1986) “Kvanvig And Swain On The Basing Relation” Analysis 46:138-144.
  9. Alexander Bird (2004) “Is Evidence Non-Inferential?” The Philosophical Quarterly 54:252-265.
  10. Fred Feldman and Herbert Heidelberger (1973) “Tormey On Access And Incorrigibility” Journal of Philosophy 70:297-298.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. Stephen P. Stich (1978) “Beliefs And Subdoxastic States” Philosophy of Science 45:499-518. (0.5002157)