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Making Space for Knowing: A Capacious Approach to Comparative Epistemology

Posted By Administration, Sunday, October 20, 2019

Author: Aaron B. Creller

 

Press: Lexington Books

Year of publication: 2017

 

Brief introduction:

Making Space for Knowing: A Capacious Approach to Comparative Epistemology is an intervention in mainstream Western epistemology, especially as it relates to theories of knowledge, knowing, and knowers. Through its focus on propositional knowledge, contemporary mainstream epistemology has narrowed the scope of the definition of “knowledge” to a point where it fails to accurately describe the structure of knowing and prevents a genuine understanding of “knowledge” across different contexts and cultures.

 

Chapter One: The Historical Narrative of Contemporary Conceptions of Analytic Knowledge
Chapter Two: Contemporary Analytic Epistemology and the Problem of Justification
Chapter Three: The Hermeneutic Structure of Knowing
Chapter Four: Classical Chinese zhi and a Capacious Theory of Knowledge
Chapter Five: Best Practices in Comparative Epistemology

  

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https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498547086/Making-Space-for-Knowing-A-Capacious-Approach-to-Comparative-Epistemology#

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