Defeasibility in Philosophy : Knowledge, Agency, Responsibility, and the Law
- Paperback | 258 pages
- 155 x 235 x 15.24mm | 410g
- 01 Dec 2013
- Editions Rodopi B.V.
- Leiden, Netherlands
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Table of contents
Claudia Bloeser, Mikael Janvid, Hannes Ole Matthiessen & Marcus Willaschek: Introduction
Michael Williams: Knowledge, Ascriptivism and Defeasible Concepts
Klemens Kappel: Knowledge, Defeasibility, and the Gettier Problem
Mikael Janvid: The Challenges of Traveling without Itinerary: The Overriding Case
Hannes Ole Matthiessen: Entitlement and Public Accessibility of Epistemic Status
Marcus Willaschek: Strawsonian Epistemology. What Epistemologists Can Learn from "Freedom and Resentment"
Claudia Bloeser: The Defeasible Structure of Ascriptions of Responsibility
R. Jay Wallace: Comment on Claudia Bloeser "The Defeasible Structure of Ascriptions of Responsibility"
Claudia Bloeser: Reply to Wallace
Katarzyna Paprzycka: Can a Spasm Cause an Action? An Argument for Responsibilist Theories of Action
Michael Quante: Autonomous by Default. Assessing "Non-Alienation" in John Christman's Conception of Personal Autonomy
Frederick Schauer: On the Open Texture of Law
Michel de Araujo Kurth: Selected Thematic Bibliography of Work on Defeasibility in Philosophy and Related Disciplines