Turri's "The Problem of ESEE Knowledge" Published in Ergo!

For starters, I would like to thank Franz Huber and Jonathan Weisberg for the work they’ve done to successfully develop and launch Ergo—a much needed, new, open access, online philosophy journal.
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For starters, I would like to thank Franz Huber and Jonathan Weisberg for the work they’ve done to successfully develop and launch Ergo—a much needed, new, open access, online philosophy journal. Here is a description of the journal from its homepage:Ergo is a general, open access philosophy journal accepting submissions on all philosophical topics and from all philosophical traditions. This includes, among other things: history of philosophy, work in both the analytic and continental traditions, as well as formal and empirically informed philosophy. Submission and publication are free. Authors retain the copyright of their work under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 license. Papers are published as they are accepted; there is no regular publication schedule.With Weisberg and Huber serving as managing editors and an all-star cast of section editors to assist them, Ergo is going to be an excellent new venue for publishing first rate philosophy—a venue which. . .

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