Skeptical stories: Introduction to live skepticism

The epistemological consequences of paradox are paradoxical. They can be usefully generated by telling a series of once-upon-a-time stories that make various philosophical points, starting out innocent and ending up, well, paradoxical. This is an introduction to my Live Skepticism, defended in Skepticism Comes Alive
Keywords skepticism  disagreement  epistemic peers  epistemic superiors  paradox  error theories  common sense
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