Midwest Studies in Philosophy, Volume 45
Yuval Avnur, Editor
The essays in this original collection explore the philosophical significance of doubt. What is doubt? How is it related to knowledge, certainty, perception, and language? Perspectives from the history of philosophy are presented, as are perspectives from a range of philosophical traditions. Social and political perspectives on the meaning and value of doubt are also explored. Contributors include Heather Battaly, Quassim Cassam, Helen De Cruz, Andrea Kern, Diego Machuca, Duncan Pritchard, Genia Schönbaumsfeld, David Shatz, and Ernest Sosa.
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Midwest Studies in Philosophy is an annual journal in the analytic tradition that presents important thinking on major topics in philosophy. Since 1976 it has published edited volumes of invited papers that bring provocative and varying ideas to the theme at hand. It is now published in print and online by the Philosophy Documentation Center.
· ISBN 978-1-63435-072-3 · Vol.45 published January 2022 · Paperback · 572 pages · $45 ·
· Note: online access to this volume is included with Midwest Studies in Philosophy ·