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2012 (34) Issue 2

Social Epistemology

 


Table of Contents | From the Editors | Abstracts

Caitlin A. Cole / Paul L. Harris / Melissa A. Koenig
Entitled to Trust? Philosophical Frameworks and Evidence from Children
195-216

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Karen Jones / François Schroeter
Moral Expertise
217-230

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Alison Hills
Comment on Karen Jones and François Schroeter
231-236

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Dieter Birnbacher
Can There Be Such a Thing as Ethical Expertise?
237-249

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Tobias Steinig
Experts, Teachers and Their Epistemic Roles in Normative and Non-normative Domains
251-274

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Frank Dietrich
Moral Expertise and Democratic Legitimacy
275-284

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Michael Baurmann
A Sociological Speculation about Law and Ethics
285-297

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Martin Hoffmann
How to Identify Moral Experts? An Application of Goldman’s Criteria for Expert Identification to the Domain of Morality
299-313

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Bernd Lahno
Simple Games of Information Transmission
315-338

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Paul D. Thorn / Gerhard Schurz
Meta-Induction and the Wisdom of Crowds
339-365

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Comments on Paul D. Thorn and Gerhard Schurz

Christian J. Feldbacher
Meta-Induction and the Wisdom of Crowds
367-382

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Carlo Martini
Applying Formal Social Epistemology to the Real World
383-398

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Jan-Willem Romeijn / Tom Sterkenburg / Peter Grünwald
Good Listeners, Wise Crowds, and Parasitic Experts
399-408

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