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CRITICAL STUDY OF GOLDBERG'S RELYING ON OTHERS

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 April 2012

Abstract

This critical study of Sanford Goldberg's Relying on Others focuses on the book's central claim, the extendedness hypothesis, according to which the processes relevant for assessing the reliability of a hearer's testimonial belief include the cognitive processes involved in the production of the testimony.

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