Seumas Miller

Civil Service Intelligence Ethics: A Reply to Miller’s “Rethinking the Just Intelligence Theory of National Security Intelligence Collection and Analysis”, Michael T. Collins

Intelligence Collection—like tax collection, courts, Law enforcement, environmental regulation, etc.—is an exercise of government power.[1] Like other exercises of authority, Intelligence Collection must work within constraints (at least in countries bound by the rule of Law). Intelligence Collection is also—alongside… Read More ›

The Missing Dimension—Intelligence and Social Epistemology: A Reply to Miller’s “Rethinking the Just Intelligence Theory of National Security Intelligence Collection and Analysis”, Giangiuseppe Pili

In the introduction to The Missing Dimension (1984), Christopher Andrew and David Dilks claim: “Academic historians have frequently tended either to ignore intelligence altogether or to treat it as of little importance” (1). As Seumas Miller observes in “Rethinking the… Read More ›

Seumas Miller: Joint Epistemic Action and Collective Moral Responsibility—A Reply, András Szigeti

Author Information: András Szigeti, Linköping University, andras.szigeti@liu.se Szigeti, András.”Seumas Miller: Joint Epistemic Action and Collective Moral Responsibility—A Reply.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 4, no. 5 (2015): 14-19. The PDF of the article gives specific page numbers. Shortlink: http://wp.me/p1Bfg0-23R Please… Read More ›