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  • 20th WCP: Theory of Knowledge: Archive of contributed papers in the subject area of Theory of Knowledge from the Proceedings of the 20th World Congress of Philosophy (The Paideia Project).
  • Ancient Skepticism: Two movements in ancient philosophy, Pyrrhonism, and Academic Skepticism. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Leo Groarke.
  • Applied Solipsism: Home to "The Undefinable Ribbon Campaign", which explains and accepts the paradox that results from both being solipsist and having one's web site.
  • Bayes' Theorem: Discussion of a formula to calculate conditional probabilities which figures in subjectivist approaches to epistemology; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by James Joyce.
  • Bayesian Epistemology: Epistemological movement based on Bayesian confirmation and decision theory; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by William Talbott.
  • Bohm, Bell, and Boom! Quantum Mechanics and the End of Modern Dualism: From History and Philosophy of Science, Fall, 1997. By Dr. Ess.
  • Coherence, Certainty, and Epistemic Priority: By Roderick Firth.
  • Color: Metaphysical and epistemological accounts of color. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Barry Maund.
  • Epistemology: Syllabus for a Yale University seminar on epistemology.
  • Epistemology: Introduction to epistemology from Principia Cybernetica.
  • Epistemology: Essays on epistemology from the Proceedings of the Friesian School, Fourth Series.
  • Epistemology Topics Page: Directory of mostly online Encyclopedia articles, from EpistemeLinks.
  • Evolutionary Epistemology: Survey of naturalistic epistemology which emphasizes importance of natural selection; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Michael Bradie and William Harms
  • Formal Learning Theory: Discusses mathematical approaches to normative epistemology; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Oliver Schulte.
  • Foundationalist Theories of Epistemic Justification: Survey of theories according to which knowledge and justified belief rest ultimately on a foundation of noninferential knowledge or justified belief. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Richard Fumerton.
  • Is Justified True Belief Knowledge?: Classic short paper by Edmund Gettier.
  • James Pryor: James Pryor's homepage. It includes online papers and detailed lecture notes.
  • KLI Theory Lab: Data base that allows scientific literature search in the domain of evolution and cognition, thus indexing the litterature in Evolutionary Epistemology.
  • Knowledge, Justification, and Truth: Laurence BonJour's dissertation.
  • Qualia: Qualia are introspectively accessible, phenomenal aspects of our mental lives. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Michael Tye.
  • Representation, Meaning and Truth: Considering the function of Language throws some light on the concepts of Meaning and Truth.
  • Rhetoric and Epistemology: Short introduction by Nathan Floyd.
  • Sextus Empiricus's Outlines of Pyrrhonism: A short paper by Alex Scott on the ancient school of skepticism.
  • Skepticism: Article examining the various forms of skepticism. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Peter Klein.
  • Teaching Theory of Knowledge: A booklet for teaching theory of knowledge. It includes a list of topics in epistemology with an introduction and a reading list for each.
  • The Analysis of Knowledge: Survey of analyses of the concept of knowledge, including justified true belief and the Gettier problem; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Matthias Steup.
  • The Epistemology Page: A collection of epistemology resources, including other directories, online papers, and graduate programs strong in epistemology.
  • The Epistemology Research Guide: Directory of links by Keith Korcz, including online papers.
  • The Wysiwyg Universe: The nature of Reality is cast against two postulates: that experience is the only reality for an observer; and that there is no reality other than experience.
  • Theory of Knowledge: Course taught by James Pryor at Princeton University; includes handouts and lecture notes.
  • Theory of Knowledge by Bertrand Russell: Bertrand Russell's entry on The Theory of Knowledge for the 1926 edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
  • Virtue Epistemology: An approach in epistemology that applies the resources of virtue theory to problems in the theory of knowledge. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by John Greco.

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