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date: 17 August 2019

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A variety of arguments for and against skepticism with respect to perception are presented and evaluated. The skeptical arguments are drawn from the Academics, the Pyrrhonists, and Descartes. Anti-skeptical responses considered include Moorean common sense, dogmatism, and externalism.

Keywords: perception, skepticism, scepticism, knowledge, justification, ancient skepticism, Cartesian skepticism, foundationalism, dogmatism

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