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    Madison, B. J. C. 2015. Internalism in the Epistemology of Testimony Redux. Erkenntnis,

    Gerken, Mikkel 2014. OUTSOURCED COGNITION. Philosophical Issues, Vol. 24, Issue. 1, p. 127.

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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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Tyler Burge . 2010. Origins of Objectivity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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