About the Author(s)
Alvin I. Goldman is Board of Governors Professor of Philosophy and Cognitive Science at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. A leading epistemologist for several decades, his books include Reliabilism and Contemporary Epistemology (2012) and Pathways to Knowledge (2002).
Matthew McGrath is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He has published on a range of topics in epistemology and is best known for work on pragmatic encroachment, including Knowledge in an Uncertain World (2009).
"Epistemology is exceptionally good. The authors are two of the best epistemologists I know. Goldman has probably shaped the field more than any other epistemologist in the past few decades, and McGrath's work is always clear, interesting, original, and important."--Richard Fumerton, University of Iowa
"Epistemology offers students an excellent general introduction to epistemology. It gives a broad and deep overview of the major debates in contemporary epistemology, and it is more up to date than many of its competitors."--David James Barnett, Union College
"Epistemology provides excellent coverage of the state of the art. Anyone studying epistemology will find it much more than an introduction or a handy resource, but a starting point for continued discussion and future research."--Peter Graham, University of California, Riverside
"The authors' writing style is perfect for the level at which this text will be taught. Even the most technical chapter on probabilistic epistemology was written at an undergraduate-friendly level. The selection of topics makes this an engaging text."--James R. Beebe, University of Buffalo
"Epistemology is probably the best introductory text on contemporary epistemology that one can find."--Patrick Rysiew, University of Victoria
"This is a highly accessible and well-written introduction to contemporary epistemology, by two prominent contributors to several of the topics covered in the book. This book deserves to end up on a great many epistemology syllabi."-- Kristoffer Ahlstrom-Vij, University of Kent