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Brett Coppenger: Traditional Internalism: An Introduction Chapter Abstracts I. Traditional Internalism and Non-Inferentially Justified Belief Direct Acquaintance 1: Peter Markie: Confrontation Foundationalism 2: Chris Tucker: Acquaintance and Fallible Non-Inferential Justification 3: Matthias Steup: Foundational Justification, Meta-Justification, and Fumertonian Acquaintance Perceptual Belief 4: Berit Brogaard: Staying Indoors: How Phenomenal Dogmatism Solves the Skeptical Problem without Going Externalist 5: Susanna Schellenberg: Experience and Evidence Abridged II. Traditional Internalism and Inferentially Justified Belief 6: Trent Dougherty: Principles of Inferential Justification 7: Michael Huemer: Inferential Appearances III. Traditional Internalism and Skepticism Responding to the Skeptic 8: Sanford Goldberg: The Costs of Demon-Proof Justification 9: Ted Poston: Acquaintance and Skepticism about the Past Skepticism and Circularity 10: Duncan Pritchard and Christopher Ranalli: On Metaepistemological Scepticism 11: Ernest Sosa: How Our Knowledge Squares With Skeptical Intuitions Despite the Circle Afterword 12: Richard Fumerton: The Prospects for Traditional Internalism

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Brett Coppenger is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Tuskegee University. Michael Bergmann is Professor of Philosophy at Purdue University. In addition to numerous articles in epistemology and philosophy of religion in journals and edited volumes, he is author of Justification without Awareness (OUP 2006) and co-editor of Divine Evil? The Moral Character of the God of Abraham (OUP 2011), Challenges to Moral and Religious Belief: Disagreement and Evolution (OUP 2014), and Reason and Faith: Themes from Swinburne (OUP 2016).


this volume does indeed identify many of the serious challenges facing a successful traditional internalist theory, Fumerton's or otherwise. As such, it is an essential resource for anyone interested in these issues. * Sharon Mason, Philosophy in Review *

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