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Reasons and Experience

Millar A (1991) Reasons and Experience. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press.

The book provides an account of sensory experiences and examines the epistemological role that experiences so conceived can have. This central topic is set within the context of a wider discussion of reasons, evidence, the justification of belief, and scepticism. An attempt is made to address Donald Davidson's claim that experiences merely cause beliefs but do not justify them.

Donald Davidson; evidence; experience; justification of belief; reasons; scepticism.

Author(s)Millar, Alan
Publication date31/03/1991
PublisherClarendon Press
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Place of publicationOxford, UK
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