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January 27, 2009

New Issue of "Episteme" Devoted to Philosophical Issues in Evidence Law

Here.  I haven't seen a hard copy yet, but it's a distinguished group of contributors, including many of the major figures working at the intersection of evidence law and philosophy, such as Ronald J. Allen, Larry Laudan, Dale Nance, and Alex Stein, as well as promising younger scholars like Amalia Amaya, one of Laudan's colleagues at UNAM.  Certianly "must reading" for those interested in the area.  And the articles are avialable for free on-line currenlty!

Posted by Brian Leiter on January 27, 2009 in Philosophy of Evidence and Proof | Permalink

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Thanks, this all looks great. Your link is a bit off, though. It should work properly if you chop the ?cookieSet=1 bit off the end.

Posted by: Guest | Jan 27, 2009 10:23:16 PM

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