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Ideas of Keith Lehrer, by Text

[American, b.1936, Formerly University of Rochester. Husband of Adrienne Lehrer. Professor at the University of Arizona, and at Graz.]

2000 Theory of Knowledge (2nd edn)
I p.2 p.2 Most philosophers start with reality and then examine knowledge; Descartes put the study of knowledge first
I p.7 p.7 You cannot demand an analysis of a concept without knowing the purpose of the analysis
2006 Consciousness,Represn, and Knowledge
p.409 All conscious states can be immediately known when attention is directed to them
p.411 Justification is coherence with a background system; if irrefutable, it is knowledge
p.414 Generalization seems to be more fundamental to minds than spotting similarities