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Suspension as Spandrel

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 October 2019

Ernest Sosa*
Rutgers University


A telic virtue epistemology was presupposed in our treatment of insight and understanding. What follows will lay out the main elements of that telic theory and explore how it provides an epistemology of suspension.

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