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Volume 5, Issue 3, 2008

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From: Episteme: A Journal of Social Epistemology

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EVIDENCE AND LAW

Guest Editors: Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Frederick Schauer

Introduction

pp. 251-252

Warrant, Causation, and the Atomism of Evidence Law

pp. 253-265

The Weights of Evidence

pp. 267-281

The Elementary Epistemic Arithmetic of Criminal Justice

pp. 282-294

In Defense of Rule-Based Evidence Law – and Epistemology Too

pp. 295-305

Justification, Coherence, and Epistemic Responsibility in Legal Fact-Finding

pp. 306-319

Explanationism All the Way Down

pp. 320-328

Explaining the Tension between the Supreme Court’s Embrace of Validity as the Touchstone of Admissibility of Expert Testimony and Lower Courts’ (Seeming) Rejection of Same

pp. 329-342

Of Black Boxes, Instruments, and Experts: Testing the Validity of Forensic Science

pp. 343-358

Brain Images as Legal Evidence

pp. 359-373

A Functional Approach to the Spousal Evidentiary Privileges

pp. 374-387

The Public Face of Presumptions

pp. 388-401

On the Epistemic Authority of Courts

pp. 402-410

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