The Rise, Fall, and Rise of Epistemology
This chapter argues that the theory of knowledge has had a long and distinguished career. In Britain, it has been the central philosophical discipline since Locke, apart from a short interruption in the late nineteenth century and from its demotion to a subordinate role since about 1960. It does not deserve this subordination; there are signs that it is still alive and well and that it has recently developed in a socially valuable way.
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