Intellectual Norms and Epistemic Normativity

@inproceedings{Robitzsch2019IntellectualNA,
  title={Intellectual Norms and Epistemic Normativity},
  author={Andrea Robitzsch},
  year={2019}
}
  • Andrea Robitzsch
  • Published 2019
  • Psychology
  • Intellectual norms are norms which can guide the exercise of indirect doxastic control and govern doxastic responsibility assessments. With the help of intellectual norms we can evaluate whether an agent is blameworthy, praiseworthy or neutrally evaluable for holding a certain doxastic attitude. In the following chapter, I will explain what an intellectual norm is. I am roughly following Peels’ general idea that intellectual obligations regulate belief-influencing actions (2017, p. 100… CONTINUE READING

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