Presently, every scholar wants to associate his or her intellectual legacy with Quine’s Philosophical system, due to his intellectual publicity. With this effect, many philosophers want to know Quine's intellectual stance on many philosophical issues. Thus, this book, Dogmas of Science: Epistemized Epistemology examines Quine's epistemology through the lens of Epistemism. Moritis argues that, although Quine's philosophical framework has its pitfalls, its paradoxicality can be solved by reading Quine's writings through the Empiricist premise of philosophical discourse. Finally, it is well noted that despite all the criticism levelled against the philosophical framework of Quine, it is philosophically plausible to argue for Quine's philosophical stance. Moritis, challenging the orthodoxy of science, argues that although, Quine's philosophical stance gains much more epistemic grounds in scientific discourse, there are some pitfalls in Quine's philosophical analysis that warrant the Epistemized Epistemologist possible ways of success. For Moritis, Quine fails to understand the incomprehensible nature of humanity which empirical sciences cannot explain.