Introduction, Social Epistemology 30(2), James Collier

SERRC —  February 9, 2016 — Leave a comment

Editor’s Note:

    Taylor & Francis, the publisher of Social Epistemology, has kindly agreed to make the full text of the introduction to each issue freely available.

The contributors to this issue of Social Epistemology ask us to think more deeply about epistemic justification—both its means and our obligations—and more widely about knowledge—the contemporary boundaries and historical conditions in which we act to understand the world.” — … please read the full text introduction …


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