Introduction

American Philosophical Quarterly 54 (4):317-322 (2017)

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Peter Graham
University of California, Riverside
David Henderson
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
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The papers in this issue all concern the normative standards by which we do or should regulate our joint epistemic lives in communities. Plausibly, reflection on how we should regulate ourselves—what one should insist on in one's own practice and that of one's epistemic partners—takes some cues from reflection on what we do insist on. The reverse is plausibly also the case. These papers also, more or less explicitly, suggest that our epistemic sensibilities themselves reflect the demands of epistemic practice within a community of interdependent agents.
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