ICHIKAWA, J. J.,
Contextualising Knowledge. Epistemology and Semantics.
Oxford University Press, 2017. 288p. Hardback. Ichikawa offers new and interesting accounts of counterfactuals, evidence, justification, the epistemic norms governing action and assertion, and the nature of belief; clarifies a host of issues surrounding epistemic contextualism; and makes important contributions to the debate about epistemic internalism. ... I thoroughly enjoyed the book, and learned much from reading it. It is filled to the brim with important clarifications, convincing objections, and creative proposals on each of the many topics it touches on. Bernhard Salow, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews |a 23/05/2018. (Publisher's information).