The Structure of Empirical Knowledge

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How must our knowledge be systematically organized in order to justify our beliefs? There are two options--the solid securing of the ancient foundationalist pyramid or the risky adventure of the new coherentist raft. For the foundationalist like Descartes each piece of knowledge can be stacked to build a pyramid. Not so, argues BonJour. What looks like a pyramid is in fact a dead end, a blind alley. Better by far to choose the raft. Here BonJour sets out the most extensive antifoundationalist argument yet developed. The ...

The Structure of Empirical Knowledge 1988, Harvard University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9780674843813

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The Structure of Empirical Knowledge 1985, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA

ISBN-13: 9780674843806

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