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Collective Epistemic Responsibility: a Preventionist Account

@inproceedings{Fleisher2020CollectiveER,
  title={Collective Epistemic Responsibility: a Preventionist Account},
  author={Will Fleisher and Dunja Seselja},
  year={2020}
}
If a given scientific community faces an epistemic harm that could be prevented only by a collective action, what kind of epistemic duties fall on each of the given scientists? In this paper we propose an account of collective epistemic responsibility, which addresses this and related questions. Building on Hindriks’ (2018) account of collective moral responsibility, we introduce the Epistemic Duty to Join Forces as a norm consisting of two sub-norms: first, a duty of individuals to approach… CONTINUE READING

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