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Reasons and Experience
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Introduction; Sensory experience; Reasons, justification, and evidence I; Reasons, Justification, and evidence II; Experience and justification; Cognitive capacities and justification; Groundless beliefs; Scepticism; Bibliography; Index

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'It is clear, literature-sensitive, and particularly challenging for internalist epistemologists who think they have to choose between a foundationalism that grounds everything and coherentism ... he makes a distinctive contribution, one worth careful study.'Douglas Odegard, University of Guelph, Contemporary Philosophical Reviews, VXI, No. 5 - VXII, No. 1 (Oct, 91-Jan, 92)
'This intelligent and graceful book presents a theory of sensory states and an account of epistemic justification ... this is a very fine book. Millar is to be congratulated.'
Christopher S. Hill, University of Arkansas, Philosophical Review, April 1992
i'This is a stimulating and carefully crafted book. It can be strongly recommended both to epistemolgoists and to philosophers of mind. '
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