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Michael Oakeshott and Hans-Georg Gadamer on Practices, Social Science, and Modernity by Edmund Neill Continental philosophyHans-Georg GadamerHermeneuticsmodernityPhilosophyphilosophy of social sciencePolitical philosophypracticeSocial scienceTradition

Sage Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Social Sciences

My chum Byron Kaldis’ big project has been brought to fruition. Bravo! My contribution: Hayek and the “Use of Knowledge in Society”. As you will see there is a terrific lineup – this is an exciting area to be in these days what with CogSci meeting social science – another project of Byron’s in the works.…

Latest issue of EPISTEME still free

Volume 9 – Issue 03 – September 2012 HIGHER-ORDER EPISTEMIC ATTITUDES AND INTELLECTUAL HUMILITY Allan Hazlett RELIABILISM: HOLISTIC OR SIMPLE? Jeffrey Dunn GROUP AGENCY AND EPISTEMIC DEPENDENCY Aaron Dewitt CONSTRUCTIVIST AND ECOLOGICAL MODELING OF GROUP RATIONALITY Gerald Gaus EPISTEMOLOGY IN GROUP AGENCY: SIX OBJECTIONS IN SEARCH OF THE TRUTH Fabrizio Cariani HOW TO BE A…

Episteme 9.3

New issue now available featuring symposium on Christian List and Phillip Pettit. HIGHER-ORDER EPISTEMIC ATTITUDES AND INTELLECTUAL HUMILITY Allan Hazlett RELIABILISM: HOLISTIC OR SIMPLE? Jeffrey Dunn GROUP AGENCY AND EPISTEMIC DEPENDENCY Aaron Dewitt CONSTRUCTIVIST AND ECOLOGICAL MODELING OF GROUP RATIONALITY Gerald Gaus EPISTEMOLOGY IN GROUP AGENCY: SIX OBJECTIONS IN SEARCH OF THE TRUTH Fabrizio Carrion…

EPISTEME: 9.1

Check out the freely available symposium on Pragmatic Encroachment. Also there is a critical notice of Sandy Goldberg’s Relying on Others (sadly not free) that: focuses on the book’s central claim, the extendedness hypothesis, according to which the processes relevant for assessing the reliability of a hearer’s testimonial belief include the cognitive processes involved in…