Philosophical Studies 166 (3):609-616 (2013)

Jack Lyons
University of Glasgow
Part of a book symposium on Ernest Sosa's Knowing Full Well. An important feature of Sosa's epistemology is his distinction between animal knowledge and reflective knowledge. What exactly is reflective knowledge, and how is it superior to animal knowledge? Here I try to get clearer on what Sosa might mean by reflective knowledge and what epistemic role it is supposed to play.
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Knowing Full Well.Ernest Sosa - 2010 - Princeton University Press.

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