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Aidan McGlynn

may be). As Patricia Hill Collins (2000) stresses, the black feminist standpoint has largely been developed and sustained outside the academy: by authors, poets, songwriters, artists, and others. Moreover, this is no accident, since academia has tended to systematically exclude black women and the

Matthew Braddock

. ( 2008 ). Epistemology Modalized . New York : Routledge . Becker K. ( 2012 ). “ Methods and How to Individuate Them .” In Becker and Black ( 2012 ), 81 – 98 . Becker K. , and Black T. (eds.), ( 2012 ). The Sensitivity Principle in Epistemology

Eric S. Nelson

desolation of the earth and of human existence.” 31 the desert is “the deserted [ verlassene ] expanse of the abandonment [ Verlassenheit ] of all life.” 32 Heidegger might be said to “criticize” National Socialism in a sense in this way in this and other works of this era. He does so, however, in the Black

Knowing Limits

Toward a Versatile Perspectivism with Nietzsche, Heidegger, Zhuangzi and Zen

Bret W. Davis

continues to harbor what I have called “residues of will.” 68 These residues are not restricted to his exasperating experiments with weaving anti-Semitic tropes into his onto-historical thought in the Black Notebooks of the 1930s, nor even to the problem of Greco-Germanic Eurocentrism or “onto

Tommaso Piazza

sensitive. Let us now move to consider a counterexample to (E Z ) and (E N ) which is a variant of a series of counterexamples that are generally taken to afflict Nozick’s sensitivity condition. Let (P#) be the true proposition that all ravens are black, and let (Q#) be the proposition, entailed by (P

Daniel Immerman

– 281 . Becker K. ( 2006 ). “ Is Counterfactual Reliabilism Compatible with Higher-Level Knowledge?” Dialectica 60 : 79 – 84 . Becker K. ( 2012 ). “ Methods and How to Individuate Them .” In Becker and Black ( 2012 ), 81 – 97 . Becker K. and Black T. (eds.). ( 2012 ). The

Martin Smith

their ambition. Suppose I’m at the zoo and I see some black and white striped equine animals grazing in a nearby enclosure marked “Zebras” ( Dretske 1970 ). In this case, I would ordinarily take myself to know that the animals before me are zebras. Now consider the hypothesis that the animals before me

Moti Mizrahi

in Plato’s Cave see is appearances—mere images or shadows—not reality. For example, when the released prisoner comes back to Plato’s Cave, his shadow on the cave’s wall appears to the prisoners as black. But this is a mere appearance. The prisoner himself is not a black shadow. The point, then, is

John McDowell

. Oxford : Oxford University Press . Alsaleh C. & Le Goff A. . ( 2013 ). Lire L’esprit et le monde de John McDowell . Paris : Vrin . Clarke T. ( 1965 ). “ Seeing Surfaces and Physical Objects ,” 98 – 114 in Black M. (ed.), Philosophy in America . London : George Allen & Unwin Ltd

Hamid Vahid

between an ordinary defeater and the way hoe is supposed to defeat. The difference lies in the fact that, if epistemic akrasia is to be always irrational, the sort of defeat provided by hoe must itself be immune to being defeated. Greco ’s argument proceeds by way of an example. Suppose I see black