The Epistemic Benefits of Worldview Disagreement

Social Epistemology 35 (1):85-98 (2021)
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In my recent book, The Epistemic Benefits of Disagreement, I develop a defense of non-conciliationism, but one that only applies in research contexts: Epistemic benefits are more likely in the offi...

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