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Sanford Goldberg

Chester D. Tripp Professor in the Humanities

PhD Columbia University, 1995
Curriculum Vitae

Sandy Goldberg (PhD Columbia University, 1995) works in the areas of Epistemology, Philosophy of Language, and Philosophy of Mind. His interests in Epistemology include such topics as social epistemology, reliabilism, the epistemology of testimony, the theory of epistemic justification, epistemic normativity, self-knowledge, and skepticism. In the Philosophy of Language and Mind, his interests center on speech act theory, the semantics of speech and attitude reports, the individuation of the propositional attitudes, and externalist theories of mental content and linguistic meaning.

A good sample of his work can be found in his books, Anti-Individualism (Cambridge University Press, 2007), Relying on Others (Oxford University Press, 2010), Assertion (Oxford University Press, 2015), To the Best of Our Knowledge (Oxford University Press, 2018), Conversational Pressure (Oxford University Press, 2020), and Foundations and Applications of Social Epistemology (Oxford University Press, 2021).


For additional work see my Academia page.