- Five Question (Epistemologiy:pp309-320)のRefernceにある3.について
- Cohen, L. Jonatthan (1977), The Probable and the Provable, (Oxford Univ. Press)
- What do you consider to be the most neglected topics and/or contoributions in contemporary epistemology?
Dr. phil., Professor; Lehrstuhl für Philosophie und Wissenschaftstheorie, unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Logik, der Erkenntnistheorie und der Theorie der exakten Wissenschaften
I am whole-heartedly a 20th and 21st century analytic philosopher. I have a high respect for the history of philosophy. But I enjoy standing on the shoulders of the great thinkers of the past and at the frontier of the history of thought (that's easy; there is so far nobody living after me). I fully believe that the deep philosophical questions which are with us since many centuries are not at all exhausted, that philosophy is still a progressive enterprise, that it must look back at its history, look aside to its fellow disciplines, and connect to society, but most of all look forward to what to do about its essential questions, that this is its way to be most fruitful, and that it is doomed if it forgets about this.
I invite everybody sharing these interests and attitudes to come to Konstanz. It is a perfect place to study, and a perfect place to study philosophy; there is hardly any better in Germany.