Don Fallis
Don Fallis
Professor of Philosophy, Northeastern University
Verified email at northeastern.edu
TitleCited byYear
Toward an epistemology of Wikipedia
D Fallis
Journal of the American Society for Information science and Technology 59 …, 2008
2542008
Indicators of accuracy of consumer health information on the Internet: a study of indicators relating to information for managing fever in children in the home
D Fallis, M Frické
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 9 (1), 73-79, 2002
1682002
What is lying?
D Fallis
The Journal of Philosophy 106 (1), 29-56, 2009
1632009
Information ethics for twenty-first century library professionals
D Fallis
Library hi tech 25 (1), 23-36, 2007
1162007
Social epistemology and information science
D Fallis
Annual review of information science and technology 40 (1), 475-519, 2006
1152006
On verifying the accuracy of information: philosophical perspectives
D Fallis
Library trends 52 (3), 463-487, 2004
932004
Lying and deception
D Fallis
812010
Intentional gaps in mathematical proofs
D Fallis
Synthese 134 (1/2), 45-69, 2003
652003
A conceptual analysis of disinformation
D Fallis
572009
What is disinformation?
D Fallis
library trends 63 (3), 401-426, 2015
532015
The epistemic status of probabilistic proof
D Fallis
The Journal of Philosophy 94 (4), 165-186, 1997
531997
Consumer health information on the Internet about carpal tunnel syndrome: indicators of accuracy
M Frické, D Fallis, M Jones, GM Luszko
The American journal of medicine 118 (2), 168-174, 2005
502005
The ethical presuppositions behind the Library Bill of Rights
M Fricke, K Mathiesen, D Fallis
The Library Quarterly 70 (4), 468-491, 2000
502000
Indicators of accuracy for answers to ready reference questions on the internet
M Frické, D Fallis
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 55 (3 …, 2004
442004
Epistemic values and information management
D Fallis, D Whitcomb
The Information Society 25 (3), 175-189, 2009
432009
Collective epistemic goals
D Fallis
Social Epistemology 21 (3), 267-280, 2007
382007
Are bald‐faced lies deceptive after all?
D Fallis
Ratio 28 (1), 81-96, 2015
362015
Attitudes toward epistemic risk and the value of experiments
D Fallis
Studia logica 86 (2), 215-246, 2007
352007
Epistemic value theory and information ethics
D Fallis
Minds and Machines 14 (1), 101-117, 2004
332004
Lying as a Violation of Grice's First Maxim of Quality
D Fallis
Dialectica 66 (4), 563-581, 2012
302012
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