Hypatia 17 (1):34--52 (2002)

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Vrinda Dalmiya
University of Hawaii
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This paper argues that the concept of care is significant not only for ethics, but for epistemology as well. After elucidating caring as a five-step dyadic relation, I go on to show its epistemic significance within the general framework of virtue epistemology as developed by Ernest Sosa, Alvin Goldman, and Linda Zagzebski. The notions of "care-knowing" and "care-based epistemology" emerge from construing caring (respectively) as a reliabilist and responsibilist virtue
Keywords care, epistemology, ETHICS
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DOI 10.1353/hyp.2002.0008
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