Oftentimes we face some sort of distinction between conceptual affairs and empirical matters. Sometimes a great deal of emphasis...
"Intellectual virtues and biased understanding"
Forthcoming in Journal of Philosophical Research 45.
Abstract: Biases affect much of our epistemic lives; do they affect the ways in which we understand things? According to a prominent conception of understanding (Zagzebski 2001), we only understand something when we exercise intellectual virtues or skills (like open-mindedness or imaginativeness). Relying on how widespread …
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