Challenging Barceló’s Quinean Challenge, Luis Estrada-González
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In his “Classical Logic and the Gender Binary” (2024), Axel Barceló replies to some of Franci Mangraviti’s claims in their “The Contribution of Logic to Epistemic Injustice” (2023b). One of Mangraviti’s central affirmations is that “logic-based epistemic injustice is in... Read More › Source ..read more
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Interrogation of Cultural Experience? A Reply to Uduagwu and an Affirmation of the Ontology Criterion for African Philosophy, L. Uchenna Ogbonnaya
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1w ago
Abstract What should be the criterion for African philosophy? My answer remains an African background ontology. Chukwueloka S. Uduagwu argues against this proposal and states that an interrogation of African cultural experience should be the criterion for African philosophy. In... Read More › Source ..read more
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SERRC: Volume 13, Issue 6, 1–77, June 2024
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Volume 13, Issue 6, 1–77, June 2024 ❧ Goldbeck, Emily. 2024. “Three Kinds of Unintelligibility.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 13 (6): 1–7. ❧ Peters, Uwe. 2024. “Living with Uncertainty: Full Transparency of AI Is Not Needed for Epistemic... Read More › Source ..read more
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Native Dance and Embodied Epistemology: A Review of Welch’s The Phenomenology of a Performative Knowledge System, Alejandro Santana
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2w ago
When I received the request to review this book by long-time scholar in Native American philosophy, aerial dancer, and choreographer, Dr. Shay Welch, I must admit I became quite nervous. I am no dance theorist, have no experience in choreography,... Read More › Source ..read more
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Epistemic Care and Paternalism: A Review of Casey Rebecca Johnson’s Epistemic Care, Mark D. West
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In her challenging book Epistemic Care (2023), Casey Rebecca Johnson argues that we have epistemic obligations to one another that stem from our social interdependence as knowers. Drawing on care ethics, she develops a framework for understanding these obligations, emphasizing... Read More › Source ..read more
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Hate Bubbles and Democratic Arguments for Free Speech: A Reply to Xin, Andrew Reid
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2w ago
I would like to thank the editors for the opportunity to respond to this piece, and Wendy Xin for writing such a thought-provoking article. To summarise Xin’s main argument: there is an epistemic cost to regulating hate speech in online... Read More › Source ..read more
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Three Misrepresentations of Feminist Logic: A Response to Barceló, Franci Mangraviti
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3w ago
Hermeneutical injustice occurs when our epistemic environment systematically fails to provide the tools we need to make sense of our own experiences. I claim that an instance of hermeneutical injustice is logic-based if “the conceptual advancement needed to overcome the... Read More › Source ..read more
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A Reply to Fasil Merawi’s “Overcoming Eurocentrism”, Alexandra Hofmänner
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3w ago
… [Y]et we underestimate the power of Africa to renew contemporary social theory at our expense—Achille Mbembe, 2010. I n “Overcoming Eurocentrism: Exploring Ethiopian Modernity Through Entangled Histories and Coloniality” (2024), Fasil Merawi notes that ‘not many studies have been... Read More › Source ..read more
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Epistemic Autonomy, Trust, and Conflicts of Interest: A Reply to McBrayer, Joshua Brecka
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Abstract Whether we ought to trust the testimony of another person is often thought to primarily depend on features like their evidence, knowledge, or level of expertise. No doubt these are epistemically relevant features. However, a recent paper by Justin... Read More › Source ..read more
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Reflections on Genuine Empathy: A Reply to van Grunsven and Roeser’s “AAC Technology, Autism, and the Empathic Turn”, Janette Dinishak
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Janna van Grunsven and Sabine Roeser’s “AAC Technology, Autism, and the Empathic Turn” (2022) is a thought-provoking paper to read and engage with, especially given its focus on the communication and self-expression of non-speaking autistic people, who have received precious... Read More › Source ..read more
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