Time to report on stats for the month of August. Total hits for the month are: 17,989! This growth rate is phenomenal, from around 5,000 in June to 9,000 in July, and nearly doubling from that in August. Visitors include people from 35 countries outside the U.S., and since we started, more than 3000 different individuals have visited the site.
Here’s an interesting table about the most read posts so far, for posts read over 100 times (since I started tracking this info in the middle of July):
2277 Three most important developments in epistemology over the last quarter century
771 Evidence and propositions you’ve never considered
509 Ethical Internalism in Epistemology
392 Epistemic Noncogitivism and Minimalist Truth
324 Two kinds of pragmatic enroachment
323 Epistemic Modals, Relative Truth, and Contextualism
307 Testimonial knowledge
301 Paradox vs. Surprise
261 Testimony and Defeat
252 What the Contextualist REALLY Says about Disputes
234 Polls Show that the Skeptic Is Right
189 What should a contrastivist say here?
185 contrastivism, understanding, and value-driven epistemology
179 contrastivism and Hawthorne’s principle of practical reasoning
177 Knowledge as an indefeasible norm of assertion?
172 draft of paper on epistemic defeat
164 A Little Meta-Theory on Sellars’ Problem
162 Belief and Agreement
157 Contextualism and Moral Beliefs
151 Is Knowledge the Norm of Belief?
151 esoteric topics for courses in epistemology
146 Alston, Sellars, and Perception
145 Is Perception Cognitive?
142 The Truth Connection
128 Can Justification Just Fall Short of Knowledge?
120 Littlejohn on Justification
113 Relevant Alternatives/Contextualism/Contrastivism and Religious Knowledge
113 Jason Stanley’s influence in entomology
111 Internalist justification and Frankfurt examples
105 Blog stats for July
101 Disagreement, Rationality, Epistemic Dilemmas, and Buridan’s Ass
If you want a depressing comparison stat, the average published paper in the humanities gets read less than 2 times…so I’m told anyway…