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Mind, Meaning, and KnowledgeThemes from the Philosophy of Crispin Wright$
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Annalisa Coliva

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199278053

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2013

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199278053.001.0001

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Replies Part IV: Warrant Transmission and Entitlement

Replies Part IV: Warrant Transmission and Entitlement

Zalabardo, Pryor, Coliva, and Williams

(p.451) Replies Part IV: Warrant Transmission and Entitlement
Mind, Meaning, and Knowledge

Crispin Wright

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Finally, the fourth reply here contains Wright's replies to Zalabardo, Pryor, Coliva, and Williams and expresses his most recent thinking on the architecture of empirical warrants, the notion of transmission failure, the problem of external world scepticism, and the notion of epistemic entitlement.

Keywords:   empirical warrants, transmission failure, external world scepticism, epistemic entitlement, Crispin Wright

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