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.


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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