Australasian Journal of Philosophy 98 (4):778-791 (2020)

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Jeremy Fantl
University of Calgary
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According to time-slice epistemology, what attitudes you should have at a time supervenes on features of you—like your evidence or mental states—at that time. Evidentialism is commonly assumed to b...
Keywords evidentialism  internalism  time-slice epistemology  doxastic justification  proper basing  evidence
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