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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Description:||vi, 253 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Part I. The debate between summativists and non-summativists. Social process reliabilism : solving justification problems in collective epistemology / Alvin I. Goldman ; When is there a group that knows? : distributed cognition, scientific knowledge, and the social epistemic subject / Alexander Bird ; A deflationary account of group testimony / Jennifer Lackey --
Part II. General epistemic concepts in the collective domain. How to tell if a group is an agent / Philip Pettit ; The Stoic epistemic virtues of groups / Sarah Wright ; Disagreement and public controversy / David Christensen --
Part III. Individual and collective epistemology. Social roots of human knowledge / Ernest Sosa ; Belief, acceptance, and what happens in groups : some methodological considerations / Margaret Gilbert and Daniel Pilchman --
Part IV. Collective entities and formal epistemology. Individual coherence and group coherence / Rachael Briggs, Fabrizio Cariani, Kenny Easwaran, and Branden Fitelson ; When to defer to supermajority testimony--and when not / Christian List.
|Responsibility:||edited by Jennifer Lackey.|
It will surely contribute to the ongoing debates in collective epistemology and will serve as an important resource for students and scholars alike. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews Online