Representations, judgments, and the swamping problem for reliabilism
why the problem applies to process reliabilism, but not to virtue reliabilism
Palavras-chave:Virtue Epistemology, Process Reliabilism, Swamping Problem, Value of Knowledge
This article argues for a way out of the swamping problem by showing where his virtue epistemology substantially departs from traditional process reliabilism and how such departure is enough to protect the former from issues that affect the way the latter accounts for the value of knowledge over mere true belief.
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