Epistemic Norms: New Essays on Action, Belief and Assertion

Oxford: Oxford University Press (2013)
Epistemic norms play an increasingly important role in current debates in epistemology and beyond. In this volume a team of established and emerging scholars presents new work on the key debates. They consider what epistemic requirements constrain appropriate belief, assertion, and action, and explore the interconnections between these standards
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