Knowledge Transmission and the Internalism-Externalism Debate about Content

Philosophia 45 (4):1851-1861 (2017)
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Abstract

Sanford Goldberg argues for Content Externalism by drawing our attention to the extent to which an individual’s concepts depend on the concepts of others. More specifically, he focuses on cases that involve knowledge transmission between experts and non-experts to make his point. In this paper, I argue that the content internalist cannot only plausibly respond to his argument but that Content Internalism offers a more plausible account of intentional content with regard to knowledge transmission than does Content Externalism.

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Casey Woodling
Coastal Carolina University

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