Epistemic Norms as Social Norms

Epistemic Norms as Social Norms

Workshop with Laura Frances Callahan, Peter Graham, Daniel Star, Deborah Tollefsen, Manuel Vargas, and Natalia Washington.

At this workshop we will focus on several issues in social epistemology that concern the intersection of epistemic and social normativity.  These include questions about  responsibility and accountability for beliefs and biases, epistemic injustice, the moral psychology of ignorance, divisions of epistemic labor, intellectual virtues and vices of groups, and the nature and source of of epistemic normativity.

Speakers:

  • Laura Frances Callahan (University of Notre Dame)
  • Peter Graham (University of California-Riverside)
  • Daniel Star (Boston University)
  • Deborah Tollefsen (University of Memphis)
  • Manuel Vargas (University of California, San Diego)
  • Natalia Washington (University of Utah)

There will be no cost to attend the workshop, but registration is required.  Email ahazlett@wustl.edu if you plan to attend.

This workshop is sponsored by the Philosophy Department and by the Center for the Humanities at Washington University in St. Louis.