LYCAN, W. G.,
On Evidence in Philosophy.
Oxford University Press, 2019. 160p. Hardback. William G. Lycan has written a short but action-packed book about why philosophical arguments don't establish skeptical or radically revisionary claims concerning the nature of reality or our capacities as knowers and agents. A terrific volume, it is sure to annoy or maybe even infuriate many philosophers who think highly of their own arguments. . . . Here is a philosopher who is deeply reflective, self-critical, and able to impart insights with concision and wit. I recommend the book to all philosophers interested in methodology, skepticism, and knowledge. Nathan Ballantyne, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews |a 16/01/2020 (Publisher's information).