Authors

Dale A. Nance

Abstract

In this article I give a mixed review Allen and Leiter’s naturalized epistemology theory of evidence. I applaud their focus on naturalized epistemology, but I question the claims that they argue follow from it. In some ways, my reaction is that they have not gone far enough in pressing its implications, and I attempt to suggest how further progress might be made along this path. On the whole, I conclude that the antipathy toward algrithms expressed by Allen and Leiter is misplaced.

Keywords

Naturalized epistemology Theory of evidence

Publication Date

2001

Document Type

Article

Place of Original Publication

Virginia Law Review

Publication Information

87 Virginia Law Review 1551 (2001)

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