Capital Epistemic Vices

Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 6 (8):11-16 (2017)
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Abstract

I offer a way to reflect on and taxonomise the vices of the mind. This is the idea of capital vices, an idea that has, historically, been mainly confined to moral and spiritual character traits, but is able to play a role in vice epistemology—or so I propose.

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