CFP: Second Annual Social Epistemology Network Event

Submission deadline: December 1, 2018

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We invite short paper submissions addressing philosophical issues related to social epistemology broadly construed, including but not limited to: testimony, trust, disagreement, epistemic norms, social norms, the epistemology of speech acts, epistemic justice, social epistemology and the internet (e.g. epistemology of social networks, epistemology of search, epistemology of Wikipedia; epistemological dimensions of the human-computer interface, etc.), social epistemology of journalism, the epistemology of groups, social epistemology of science, political epistemology/social epistemology and democracy, and social epistemology and collective action and intentionality.

Papers should be no longer than 4000 words and prepared for anonymous review. Each successful applicant will be allocated a respondent from among the event’s other participants.

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