In this Issue
- Volume 4, Issue 2, 2007
- Special Issue: Conspiracy Theories
- Guest Editor: David Coady
Editor: Alvin Goldman
EPISTEME publishes articles on the social dimensions of knowledge from the perspective of philosophical epistemology and related social sciences (e.g., economics, political theory, information science). It focuses on theoretical work, but also welcomes policy-oriented discussions, i.e., applications to contemporary society and its institutions. It does not publish straightforward empirical studies or case studies. The principal style is that of analytical philosophy, but rigorous approaches of other kinds are appropriate so long as they remain accessible to an interdisciplinary audience.
published byEdinburgh University Press
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Table of Contents
- God as the Ultimate Conspiracy Theory
- pp. 135-149
- Are Conspiracy Theorists Irrational?
- pp. 193-204
- Shit Happens
- pp. 205-218
- Conspiracy Theories and the Conventional Wisdom
- pp. 219-232
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