|The A Priori|
|Source: Greco & Sosa - The Blackwell Guide to Epistemology|
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The paper begins by showing that the a priori is not to be equated with the necessary or with the analytic, as many traditional philosophers have believed. Quinean attacks on the analytic/synthetic distinction and on the modalities1 do not, therefore, affect the prospect of a unified account of the a priori. Such an account is then provided.
For a précis, see this Note2.
Write-up3 (as at 14/03/2015 11:36:58): Bealer - The A Priori
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