On this account modal discourse expresses the limits of what we can find imaginable and unimaginable robert fischer forthcoming defends a theory based account of the epistemology of modality on which our modal knowledge primarily derives from the theories both modal and non modal that are justified through inference to the best explanation. Bob fischer teaches philosophy at texas state university hes the author of modal justification via theories springer 2017 and co editor of modal epistemology after rationalism springer 2017 he has also edited and written a number of books and essays on animal ethics. Philosophy of mathematics philosophy of physical science philosophy of social science philosophy of probability general philosophy of science philosophy of science misc history of western philosophy history of western philosophy ancient greek and roman philosophy medieval and renaissance philosophy 17th 18th century philosophy 19th . As textbooks are typically geared to more general themes there are none available that are concerned specifically with modal theories however most epistemology anthologies designed for upper level undergraduate courses contain many of the seminal papers or book excerpts on modal epistemology including with few exceptions selections from . The essay collection relations ontology and the philosophy of religion is fascinating and curious as a contribution to ongoing issues in contemporary ontology philosophy of religion and the history of philosophy there are many things to praise about its different essays and all of the authors
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