Shifting Ground: Knowledge and Reality, Transgression and Trustworthiness

Oup Usa (2011)
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This book joins epistemic and socio-political issues, using Wittgenstein and diverse liberatory theories to reorient epistemology as an explicitly political endeavor, with trustworthiness at its heart. Each essay was an attempt to grasp a particular set of problems, and they appear together as a model of passionate philosophical engagement
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