ON EPISTEMIC ABSTEMIOUSNESS: A REPLY TO BUNDY (pages 425-428)

Submitted by logos on Thu, 09/29/2011 - 11:40
paper title: 

ON EPISTEMIC ABSTEMIOUSNESS: A REPLY TO BUNDY (pages 425-428)

paper type: 
debate
paper author: 

Scott F. AIKIN, Michael HARBOUR, Jonathan NEUFELD, Robert B. TALISSE

paper author family name: 

AIKIN, HARBOUR, NEUFELD, TALISSE

paper abstract: 

ABSTRACT: In the previous issue of Logos & Episteme, Alex Bundy defends epistemic abstemiousness and criticizes our tales of epistemic abstention to martyrdom and conversion. Here we will briefly reply to Bundy’s criticisms and then diagnose what we think the trouble is with the going versions of epistemic abstemiousness.

paper issue: 
5

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