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Blameworthy belief : a study in epistemic deontologism

Author: Nikolaj Nottelmann
Publisher: Dordrecht ; London : Springer, 2007.
Series: Synthese library, v. 338.
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Believing the wrong thing may sometimes have drastic consequences. The question as to when a person is not only ill-guided, but genuinely at fault for holding a particular belief is an important one: It touches upon the roots of our understanding of such notions as criminal negligence and moral responsibility. The answer to this question may influence the extent to which we are willing to submit each other to  Read more...
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Nottelmann, Nikolaj.
Blameworthy belief.
Dordrecht ; London : Springer, 2007
(OCoLC)85898098
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nikolaj Nottelmann
ISBN: 9781402059612 1402059612 9781402059605 1402059604
OCLC Number: 188110159
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume)
Contents: Front Matter; Introduction; Belief and Acceptance; Approaching a Conception of Epistemic Blameworthiness; Blameworthy Belief as Inexcusably Undesirable Belief; Epistemic Undesirability; Bruce Russell's Basic Analysis of the Notion of Epistemic Blameworthiness; Doxastic Control; Direct Content-Directed Doxastic Control or Doxastic Voluntarism; Direct Property-Directed Doxastic Control or Property Voluntarism; Indirect Content-Directed Doxastic Control or Doxastic Pascalianism; Indirect Property-Directed Doxastic Control or Property Pascalianism; Intellectual Obligations.
Series Title: Synthese library, v. 338.
Responsibility: Nikolaj Nottelmann.

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This book explores the conditions under which someone may be deemed blameworthy for holding a particular belief, drawing on contemporary epistemology, ethics and legal scholarship.  Read more...

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