Philosophical issues relating to human knowledge. Issues selected from: the difference between knowledge and belief, whether knowledge is really attainable, whether we have epistemic duties and what they might be, what counts as justification for belief. Special topics may include self-knowledge, a prior knowledge, inductive knowledge, and naturalism.
Requisites Prerequisite: Two courses in philosophy. PHILO 305, 320, or 340 recommended.
Typically Offered Fall or Spring, in alternate years