1. Group Excuse from Blameless Ignorance
  2. Jessica Brown
  3. pp. 1-16
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  1. Beyond the Information Given: Teaching, Testimony, and the Advancement of Understanding
  2. Catherine Z. Elgin
  3. pp. 17-34
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  1. Epistemic Styles
  2. Carolina Flores
  3. pp. 35-55
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  1. Can Trust Work Epistemic Magic?
  2. Elizabeth Fricker
  3. pp. 57-82
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  1. Normative Expectations in Epistemology
  2. Sanford C. Goldberg
  3. pp. 83-104
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  1. A Different Solution to the Generality Problem for Process Reliabilism
  2. Alvin Goldman
  3. pp. 105-111
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  1. What Is Social Epistemic Dependence?
  2. John Greco
  3. pp. 113-132
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  1. Preemption and the Problem of the Predatory Expert
  2. Jennifer Lackey
  3. pp. 133-150
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  1. Enriched Perceptual Content and the Limits of Foundationalism
  2. Errol Lord
  3. pp. 151-171
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  1. Epistemic Norms for Waiting (and Suspension)
  2. Matthew McGrath
  3. pp. 173-201
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  1. Reasoning and Presuppositions
  2. Carlotta Pavese
  3. pp. 203-224
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  1. Ignorance and Normativity
  2. Duncan Pritchard
  3. pp. 225-243
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  1. Does Being Rational Require Being Ideally Rational? 'Rational' as a Relative and an Absolute Term
  2. Robert Weston Siscoe
  3. pp. 245-265
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  1. Hybrid Impermissivism and the Diachronic Coordination Problem
  2. Tamaz Tokhadze
  3. pp. 267-285
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  1. Epistemological Consequences of Frege Puzzles
  2. Timothy Williamson
  3. pp. 287-319
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  1. The Ignorance Norm and Paradoxical Assertions
  2. Elise Woodard
  3. pp. 321-332
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  1. Making Exceptions
  2. Crispin Wright
  3. pp. 333-345
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  1. The Cake Theory of Credit
  2. Jaakko Hirvelä, Maria Lasonen-Aarnio
  3. pp. 347-369
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  1. Knowledge, Justification, Belief, and Suspension
  2. Clayton Littlejohn
  3. pp. 371-384
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  1. Epistemic Explanations and Explaining the Epistemic
  2. Ram Neta
  3. pp. 385-404
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  1. Replies to My Critics
  2. Ernest Sosa
  3. pp. 405-427
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