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Unnatural Doubts – Epistemological Realism and the Basis of Skepticism (Princeton Paperbacks) - Michael Williams
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Sri Satguru Publications, 1992. Hardcover. New. In This book, Chattopadhyaya examines the Epistemological and methodological implications of induction and probability. Opposed to foundationalism and the thesis of certainly of human knowledge, he has defended a qualified form of falliabilism and a constructive kind of skepticism. Contents: Preface Introduction I. INDUCTION, PROBABILITY, AND UNCERTAINTY : 1. Cognitive Expansion and Uncertainty 2. Evidence, Acceptance, and Probability 3. Induction, Probability Calculation, and Rationality of Belief and Decision 4. Carnap`s View of Inductive Logic : A Critical Review 5. Noninductive Rationality of Science : Popper on Basic Statements 6. Induction without Justification : Ayer and Strawson II. CAN INDUCTION BE JUSTIFIED? : 1. Different Formulations of the Problem of Induction 2. Is Induction Not Inductively Justifiable? Donald Williams`s Defense and Sample Induction 3. Harrod`s Defense of Induction 4. Induction and Discovery : Mill, Whewell, and Jevons III. PROBABILISTIC JUSTIFICATIONS OF INDUCTION : 1. From Inductive to Probabilistic Justifications 2. From the Basis of Experience to Beyond It 3. From Demonstration to Probabilification : Keynes`s Position Examined 4. Examination of Reichenbach`s Frequency Interpretation of Probability and the Predictionist Justification of Induction 5. Carnap`s Concept of Confirmation : A Review IV. PROBABLE KNOWLEDGE: CONFIRMATION AND CORRECTION : 1. Reason and Experience in Induction 2. Biology and Psychology of Learning and Quine on the Justification of Induction 3. Popper`s Antifoundationalism and Quine`s Rejection of First Philosophy : Their Agreement and Difference 4. Inductive Ascent : Description of State, Structure, and Constituent in Wittgenstein, Carnap, and Hintikka 5. The Popper-Carnap Controversy on Induction and Probability and Conflation Issues 6. Self-Corrective Induction of Peirce and Reichenbach and Popper`s Concept of Truth Approximation through the Method of Trial and Error 7. Popper and Carnap on Empirical Content 8. The Popper-Carnap Controversy as a New Case Study of the Ongoing Theory-Practice Dialectic 9. Induction, Probability, and Deduction : Relation without Confrontation and None beyond Question 10. Different Senses of Knowledge and Different Forms of Its Presentation V. WHAT IS WRONG WITH SKEPTICISM? : 1. Different Senses of Skepticism 2. Skepticism : Radical, Philosophical, Practical, and Universal 3. Different Forms of Skepticism and Different Ways of Meeting Their Challenge 4. Two Ways of Meeting the Challenge : Cartesian and Kantian 5. On the Alleged Uncritical Character of the Antiskeptical Methods VI. HUSSERL AND POPPER ON SKEPTICISM : SOME PROBLEMS 1. Antipresuppositionalist and Antireductionist Program of Phenomenology 2. Kant`s Influence on Husserl and Popper : Their Points of Agreement and Difference 3. Popper and Watkins on Basic Statements : A Short Critique 4. Popper and Quine on Realism and Instrumentalism : Where Their Agreements Are Substantive and Differences Secondary 5. The Idealist and the Realist Ways of Meeting the Challenges of Skepticism : Some Western and Indian Views VII. FOR AND AGAINST SKEPTICISM : MOORE AND WITTGENSTEIN : 1. Moore`s Criticism of the British Empirical Idealism and the Alleged Self-Refuting Character of Solipsism and Skepticism 2. Different Forms of Realism and Moore`s Proof of External Realism 3. The Variety of Uses of the Term Know and the Resulting Difficulty of Removing ""Doubt"" 4. Social Contract Theory of Meaning and Wittgenstein`s Critique of Moore`s Antiskepticism 5. The Infirmities of Moore`s proof of an External Realism or world 6. Ways of Understanding Wittgenstein`s Prorelativistic Antiskepticism 7. Where Wittgenstein Stands Close to Moore on the Point of Antiskepticism 8. The Point of Continuity between Two Phases of Wit Printed Pages: 479., Sri Satguru Publications, 1992, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 2005. Softcover. Brand new book. To declare oneself a conservative in American foreign policy is to enter immediately into a fractious, long-standing debate. Should America retreat from the world, deal with the world as it is, or try to transform it in its own image? Which school of thought - traditionalist, realist, or neoconservative - is closest to the country's ideals and interests? With the dramatic shift in American foreign policy since 9/11, these differences have been brought into stark relief, especially by the Bush administration's decision to go to war in Iraq. This book brings together the most articulate and influential voices in the debate among conservatives over the tactics and strategy of America's engagement in Iraq. The collection runs the gamut from protests to second thoughts to full-throated endorsements. The contributors are major conservative spokesmen whose ideological influences have a role in guiding the Bush administration as it formulates its policy goals for Iraq. ¥ Discusses the tactics and strategy of America's foreign policy since 9/11 ¥ Contains the most influential voices in the debate among conservatives over American tactics in Iraq ¥ Perfect for courses on American foreign policy. The Contents of the book is as follows: Introduction Gary Rosen; 1. 'Iraq's Future - and Ours' Victor Davis Hanson; 2. 'The right war for the right reasons' Robert Kagan and William Kristol; 3. 'Iraq: losing the American way' James Kurth; 4. 'Intervention with a vision' Henry A. Kissinger; 5. 'An end to illusion' the Editors of National Review; 6. 'Quitters' Andrew Sullivan; 7. 'A more humble hawk'/'crisis of confidence' David Brooks; 8. 'Time for Bush to see the realities of Iraq' George F. Will; 9. 'Iraq may survive, but the dream is dead' Fouad Ajami; 10. 'The perils of hegemony' Owen Harries; 11. 'Like it's 1999: how we could have done it right' Fareed Zakaria; 12. 'Reality Check - this is war'/'In modern imperialism, U.S. needs to walk softly' Max Boot; 13. 'A time for reckoning: ten lessons to take away from Iraq' Andrew J. Bacevich; 14. 'World War IV: how it started, what it means, and why we have to win' Norman Podhoretz; 15. 'The neoconservative moment' Francis Fukuyama; 16. 'In defense of democratic realism' Charles Krauthammer; 17. 'Stay the course!' is not enough' Patrick J. Buchanan; 18. 'Realism's shining morality' Robert F. Ellsworth and Dimitri K. Simes; 19. 'Has Iraq weakened us?' Victor Davis Hanson; 20. 'Democracy and the Bush doctrine' Charles R. Kesler; 21. 'A time for humility' Eliot A. Cohen; 22. 'Birth of a democracy' Reuel Marc Gerecht.'The ideas and controversies described in this striking book will go far to shape American foreign policy in the Bush years and beyond. Every serious student of American foreign policy needs to consult this fresh and comprehensive collection.' Walter Russell Mead, Kissinger Senior Fellow in U.S. Foreign Policy, Council on Foreign Relations Includes an Index. 'Valuable hindsight and foresight about the war in Iraq.' - Former U.S. Secretary of State George P. Shultz 'A fascinating survey of state-of-the-art thinking on U.S. foreign policy, a lively debate between realists and neoconservatives, and an excellent intellectual guide for the perplexed.' - Josef Joffe, Editor, Die Zeit and Abramowitz Fellow, Hoover Institution at Stanford 'This collection is an indispensable guide to the most intellectually interesting and politically important debate in the U.S. on the war in Iraq. It should be on the shelf of every analyst of contemporary American policy.' - Anatol Lieven, Senior Research Fellow, New America Foundation 'Without a doubt The Right War? makes a valuable contribution both to intellectual history and to the battle of ideas that is still raging in the nation's op-ed pages. É This debate is encapsulated in Mr. Rosen's timely, intelligently selected and highly recommended book.' - Wall Street Journal (Europe) 'É this book provides a fine overview of the battle betweeen pet ideological prejudices and concern for the common good that is currently playing itself out on more than one front where the American right is concerned.' - International Affairs Contributors to this volume are: Gary Rosen, Victor Davis Hanson, Robert Kagan, William Kristol, James Kurth, Editors of the National Review, Andrew Sullivan, David Brooks, George F. Will, Fouad Ajami, Owen Harries, Fareed Zakaria, Max Boot, Andrew J. Bacevich, Francis Fukuyama, Charles Krauthammer, Norman Podhoretz, Patrick J. Buchanan, Robert F. Ellsworth, Dimitri K. Simes, Charles R. Kesler, and Eliot A. Cohen. ISBN: 0521673186., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 2005, New York: Anderson Galleries, 1927. original tan wrappers pictorially stamped and lettered in black. Wrappers a little browned, approx. half of rear wrapper lacking, a few pages dog eared. Quarto. Part One only With prices noted; 1107 items The American Library of Dr. William C. Braislin, ... is too well known as a whole, to collectors of Americana, to require a foreword to engage their attention; but it may be doubted whether very many outside of Dr. Braislins historical circle of friends, or those who have spend considerable time among his books, realize the vast number of rarities he has succeeded in gathering on the subject which may be broadly called the History and Development of the West, with all its romance and realism, its incredibilities and practicalities. This will include quite naturally, the American Aborigines; the advent of the White Men; Pioneer development and Overland Journeys; the various Wars, not only with the Indians but with Great Britain on the North and Mexico on the South; New States and their Development; the Discovery of Gold; Canals; Railroads; Indian Captivities and Narratives. ... Part I goes from Abbott to Krasheninicov., Anderson Galleries, 1927, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996. First edition. Paperback. Very good/No Dustjacket. 8vo. pp.386.paperback edition.""In Unnatural Doubts, Michael Williams constructs a masterly polemic against the very idea of epistemology, as traditionally conceived. Although philosophers have often found problems in efforts to study the nature and limits of human knowledge, Williams provides the first book that systematically argues against there being such a thing as knowledge of the external&hellip, Princeton University Press, 1996

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Unnatural Doubts: Epistemological Realism and the Basis of Skepticism

In "Unnatural Doubts," Michael Williams constructs a masterly polemic against the very idea of epistemology, as traditionally conceived. Although philosophers have often found problems in efforts to study the nature and limits of human knowledge, Williams provides the first book that systematically argues against there being such a thing as knowledge of the external world. He maintains that knowledge of the world consitutes a theoretically coherent kind of knowledge, whose possibility needs to be defended, only given a deeply problematic doctrine he calls "epistemological realism." The only alternative to epistemological realism is a thoroughgoing contextualism.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780691011158
ISBN (ISBN-10): 069101115X
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1995
Herausgeber: PRINCETON UNIV PR
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Gewicht: 0,581 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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