Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2003)

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Chase Wrenn
University of Alabama
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Overview of the basic ideas and motivations of naturalism in epistemology, with discussion of the styles of naturalism associated with W. V. Quine, Thomas Kuhn, and Alvin Goldman.
Keywords knowledge  epistemology  Quine  Kuhn  Goldman
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