Epistemic Goals and Epistemic Values

@inproceedings{2008EpistemicGA,
  title={Epistemic Goals and Epistemic Values},
  author={},
  year={2008}
}
The truth exerts a powerful attraction. Reading the newspaper over breakfast a few months ago, I came across the following quote from Ricky Williams, a running back for the Miami Dolphins who was in the process of walking away from his million-dollar salary to pursue a career in holistic medicine. 'Tm going to search for the truth," Williams said. "Everything I'm doing in my life is about finding the truth." And Socrates, more notably, could think of no greater compliment to pay his dialogue… CONTINUE READING
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