How Not to Argue from Science to Skepticism

International Journal for the Study of Skepticism 4 (1):21-35 (2014)
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Abstract

For at least several decades, and arguably since the time of Descartes, it has been fashionable to offer scientific or quasi-scientific arguments for skepticism about human knowledge. I critique five attempts to argue for skeptical conclusions from the findings of science and scientifically informed common sense.

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Stephen Maitzen
Acadia University

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