Epistemic Value

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Around the Blogs

Two items of blog news of particular relevance to readers of this blog:

Our very own J. Adam Carter is posting lots of great stuff on epistemic value on his Virtue Epistemology blog.

See also Guy Axtell's excellent JanusBlog, which keeps returning to the issue.

In other news:

Martin Davies has a new paper on epistemic transmission posted on Carrie Jenkin's site, Long Words Bother Me.

Clayton Littlejohn is sticking it to the evidentialist over at Think Tonk (hurrah, says I).

Greco has put up an interesting post on Joe Salerno's Knowability blog. Click here. This is a great paper I think (I commented on it at the recent Aberdeen conference on moral contextualism)--I think a version of it will be forthcoming in PQ

And I think that's it! Don't forget to log-on to the webpage for our Social Epistemology conference next year, since the line-up is now complete, and pretty bloody impressive (if I do say so myself).


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