Teadmise märgid ja skeptiline väljakutse: intervjuu Jennifer Nageliga

  • Bruno Mölder
Keywords: Jennifer Nagel, teadmine, skeptitsism

Abstract

Jennifer Nagel on Toronto Ülikooli filosoofiaprofessor. Ta on uurinud peamiselt teadmisseisundit ja meie võimet seda teiste inimeste juures ära tunda, metakognitsiooni ja vaimuseisundite omistamist. Nagel on avaldanud mitmeid mõjukaid uurimusi epistemoloogia ja vaimufilosoofia valdkondades, sealhulgas raamatu “Knowledge: A Very Short Introduction” (Oxford University Press, 2014). Töös on raamat “Recognizing Knowledge: Intuitive and Reflective Epistemology”. Jennifer Nagel pidas Tartu Ülikoolis 17.-19. septembril 2019 Gottlob Frege loengud teoreetilises filosoofias teemal “Epistemic Interaction”. Intervjuu leidis aset e-kirjade vahendusel ning valmis 4. jaanuaril 2020.

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Published
2021-12-02
How to Cite
Mölder, B. (2021). Teadmise märgid ja skeptiline väljakutse: intervjuu Jennifer Nageliga . Studia Philosophica Estonica, 14, 1-12. Retrieved from http://ojs.utlib.ee/index.php/spe/article/view/18715
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