Virtue epistemology is a contemporary philosophical approach to epistemology that stresses Consequently, virtue epistemology can also stress "epistemic responsibility", that is, Abrol Fairweather argues that these "weak" virtue epistemologists "merely [use] virtue. *Abrol Fairweather and Linda Zagzebski, 158-77.

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25 Apr 2008 229–53; Linda Zagzebski, Virtues of the Mind (Cambridge: Cambridge 1996); Linda Zagzebski and Abrol Fairweather (eds) Virtue Epistemology (Oxford: in Zagzebski and Fairweather, Virtue Epistemology, pp. 31 Saul Kripke, 'A Puzzle about Belief', in A. Margalit (ed.). Published online: 5 May 2009. Virtue Epistemology (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) 9 Jul 1999 Contemporary virtue epistemology (hereafter 'VE') is a diverse primary focus of epistemic evaluation, with a focus on the intellectual virtues and 2001; Roberts & Wood 2007: Part II; Sosa 1991: 105–6; Zagzebski 1996: 336–7)... Sosa (2007: 31) says that knowledge is also like this: in some cases you  Heather Battaly | University of Connecticut - Academia.edu Heather Battaly, “Extending Epistemic Virtue: Extended Cognition Meets Intellectual Virtues and Education: Essays in Applied Virtue Epistemology, In Abrol Fairweather and Owen Flanagan, eds. 3 Heather D. Battaly Publications Journal Articles and Book Chapters: 31. In A. Fairweather and L. Zagzebski, eds. three varieties of virtue epistemology - Jason Baehr John Greco and Linda Zagzebski both define virtue epistemology in terms of a. is Jonathan Kvanvig's 1992 book The Intellectual Virtues and the Life of the Mind. But Code does not appeal to the notion of epistemic responsibility in an effort Guy Axtell (forthcoming) and Abrol Fairweather (2001) are also supportive of 

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Virtue epistemology is a contemporary philosophical approach to epistemology that stresses Consequently, virtue epistemology can also stress "epistemic responsibility", that is, Abrol Fairweather argues that these "weak" virtue epistemologists "merely [use] virtue. *Abrol Fairweather and Linda Zagzebski, 158-77. virtue jurisprudence a virtue-centred theory of judging - jstor utilises the resources of virtue epistemology,1 virtue ethics,2 and virtue politics3 to answer the See also Fairweather and Zagzebski 2001. 2 The literature on  Warrant and Epistemic Virtues - PhilArchive union, although the result has found virtue epistemology more significantly.. Plantinga and Wolterstorff's Faith & Rationality, in which the editors and other authors.. God (although the author acknowledges that theistic arguments may be 70. Fairweather, Abrol and Linda Zagzebski. eds. 2001. Virtue Epistemology: 

Virtue Epistemology (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy) 9 Jul 1999 Contemporary virtue epistemology (hereafter 'VE') is a diverse primary focus of epistemic evaluation, with a focus on the intellectual virtues and 2001; Roberts & Wood 2007: Part II; Sosa 1991: 105–6; Zagzebski 1996: 336–7)... Sosa (2007: 31) says that knowledge is also like this: in some cases you  Heather Battaly | University of Connecticut - Academia.edu Heather Battaly, “Extending Epistemic Virtue: Extended Cognition Meets Intellectual Virtues and Education: Essays in Applied Virtue Epistemology, In Abrol Fairweather and Owen Flanagan, eds. 3 Heather D. Battaly Publications Journal Articles and Book Chapters: 31. In A. Fairweather and L. Zagzebski, eds. three varieties of virtue epistemology - Jason Baehr John Greco and Linda Zagzebski both define virtue epistemology in terms of a. is Jonathan Kvanvig's 1992 book The Intellectual Virtues and the Life of the Mind. But Code does not appeal to the notion of epistemic responsibility in an effort Guy Axtell (forthcoming) and Abrol Fairweather (2001) are also supportive of  Virtue Epistemology | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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