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  1. Section 1: Weeks 1-3. Lecturer: Ricardo Aragao 12 items
    1. Readings for Class 2 2 items
      1. The Meno

        Book Required Please read pages 151-186.

    2. Readings for Class 3 2 items
      1. The Value of Knowledge - Erik J Olsson 12/2011

        Article Supplementary

    3. Readings for Class 4 4 items
    4. Reading for Class 5 2 items
      1. The Inescapability of Gettier Problems - Linda Zagzebski 01/1994

        Article Supplementary

    5. Readings for Class 6 2 items
      1. Philosophical papers - G. E. Moore 1959

        Book Required Proof of the External World, pages 126-148

  2. Section 2: Weeks 4-9. Lecturer: Jorge Morales-Delgado 18 items
    1. Classes 7 and 8 Reading 1 item
    2. Class 9 Reading: Infinitism 1 item
    3. Class 10: Foundherentism 1 item
    4. Class 11: Naturalism 1 item
    5. Class 12 : Conspiracy Theories 1 item
    6. Class 13 Pseudo-science 1 item
    7. Class 14 Scientific Knowledge 1 item
    8. Class 15 Discovery and Justification 1 item
    9. Class 16 Logic 1 item
    10. Class 17 Computational 1 item
      1. Scientific Discovery as Problem Solving - Herbert A. Simon, Patrick W. Langley and Gary L. Bradshaw 1981

        Article 

    11. Section 3: THREE WEEKS OF SOCIAL EPISTEMOLOGY. Lecturer: Cei Maslen 8 items
      1. Week 10: Which experts should we trust? 3 items
      2. Week 11 Puzzles about disagreement 3 items
        1. Reflection and Disagreement - Adam Elga 2007

          Article Supplementary

      3. Week 12 Should we believe Wikipedia? 2 items