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This index of the book Bridging the Analytical Continental Divide: A Companion to Contemporary Western Philosophy presents a list of proper nouns, terms and concepts relevant to the discussion on reliabilism. Two features of process reliabilism seem relevant in setting it apart from classical theories of justification, namely: (i) the central role played by relible, truth-conducive cognitive processes, and; (ii) its historical component, such that it makes justification dependent on the cognitive processes through which the subject actually acquired their beliefs. Perhaps the main difference lies in that reliabilism is an "externalist" theory of justification.

Keywords: contemporary Western philosophy; reliabilism



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