Preview, Social Epistemology 29, no. 4, James Collier

Taylor & Francis is making the Previews for each issue of Social Epistemology fully and freely available. My thanks to Diane Minvalla.

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Preview, Social Epismteology 29, no. 4.

In this year’s final issue, we re-examine views associated with prominent thinkers of social epistemology’s past, while proposing ideas and criteria that speak to future conceptions of relativism, realism, justification, and trust. Please read more …



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