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Author: Tommaso Piazza

that it makes available a promising line of resistance against the sceptic about perceptual knowledge. According to José Zalabardo’s (2015) reconstruction of it, however, this line of resistance—in particular, the solution it supplies to what Pritchard calls the Evidential Problem—is ultimately

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism
Author: Hudson

bijzonder grote waarde. Beek-Ubbergen P.L. Nève J.H. B AKER , The law’s two bodies, Some evidential problems in English legal his- tory. [Clarendon Law Lectures]. Oxford University Press, [Oxford, 2001]. XIX + 197 p. This very stimulating volume contains Professor Baker’s three Clarendon Law Lec- tures

In: Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du Droit / The Legal History Review
Editors: Luke Lavan and William Bowden
Can ideas and approaches current in mainstream archaeology be made to work in the conservative world of classical archaeology? This volume seeks to explore theoretical frameworks, methodology and field practice suited to the late antique Mediterranean. Broad themes such as long-term change, topography, the economy and social life are covered, but in terms of specific issues and evidential problems currently being tackled by scholars of late antiquity. This book will be useful to students and researchers seeking to enrich their approaches to Mediterranean historical archaeology and to anyone wishing to possess an overview of the current state of late antique archaeology.

Standards-Variantist Solution to Skepticism  173 Kok Yong Lee Discussion Zalabardo on Pritchard and the Evidential Problem  199 Tommaso Piazza Book Reviews Trent Dougherty and Justin McBrayer (eds.), Skeptical Theism: New Essays  207

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism
Author: Timothy Power

magadis (634c-637a). In Chapter 6, Barker examines the evidential problems involved in comic dramatists’ references to musical culture, especially the New Music. His illustration of the issues serves both as a welcome introduction to comedy’s representationally complex engagement with music, and as a

In: Greek and Roman Musical Studies
Author: Nève

.L. Nève J.H. B AKER , The law’s two bodies, Some evidential problems in English legal his- tory. [Clarendon Law Lectures]. Oxford University Press, [Oxford, 2001]. XIX + 197 p. This very stimulating volume contains Professor Baker’s three Clarendon Law Lec- tures, together with approximately ninety pages

In: Tijdschrift voor Rechtsgeschiedenis / Revue d'Histoire du Droit / The Legal History Review
Author: Iain Gardner

, translating “O human”. This is itself an oddity as it corresponds to nothing in common parlance. I can certainly understand the desire to make the translation choice from the Coptic not to be gender-specific (though I am not convinced that this is the best solution to the evident problem). But this choice

In: Vigiliae Christianae
Authors: Scott Aikin and Alyssa Lowery

to the evidential problem of evil, the skeptical edge is that we have no good reason to hold that the goods, evils, and relations between them that we are aware of are representative of all possible goods, evils, and relations. There, for all we know, are goods, evils, and relations that would

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism
Author: Na'ama Pat-El

companions? Th e word šal-lāmâ in this passage is sometimes translated as ‘for why’ (KJV, NRSV), despite the evident problem of the subordinating particle ša - preced- ing it. It has been suggested recently that šal-lāmâ is a negative purpose parti- cle, similar to or a calque of- Aramaic dilmā (Fassberg

In: Vetus Testamentum

nothing, it still doesn’t follow without further argument that we know that there is no design. Inspiration for our argument comes from two sources: radical skeptical arguments (Section 3) and arguments deployed by skeptical theists in response to the evidential problem of evil (Section 4). We start with

In: International Journal for the Study of Skepticism