Justifications, Exculpations, Causes: Epistemology and Our Image of Nature

Hilan Bensusan


Our conception of nature makes a difference in the way we think about
justification and its bearings on our epistemic practices. In this paper I look
at how a sense of confinement that is associated to some forms of coherentism is
provoked by a conception of nature. I examine how best to free ourselves from
this confinement.


philosophy; 20th century philosophy; Wittgenstein Ludwig; justification; experience; empirical content; naturalism

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