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Naturalism in Epistemology

[Revised entry by Patrick Rysiew on January 8, 2016. Changes to: 0] [Editor's Note: The following new entry by Patrick Rysiew replaces the former entry on this topic by the previous author.]
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[Revised entry by Patrick Rysiew on January 8, 2016. Changes to: 0] [Editor's Note: The following new entry by Patrick Rysiew replaces the former entry on this topic by the previous author.] Naturalism in epistemology, as elsewhere, has a long history. But it is only relatively recently that it has gone by just that name and received so much focused attention. As in other areas of philosophy,...

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