The Division of Epistemic Labor in Democracy

@article{PrijicSamarzija2015TheDO,
  title={The Division of Epistemic Labor in Democracy},
  author={Snjezana Prijic-Samarzija},
  journal={Anali Hrvatskog Politolo{\vs}kog Dru{\vs}tva},
  year={2015},
  pages={63-77}
}
Thomas Christiano claims that one of the fundamental challenges democracy is faced with is the appropriate division of epistemic labor between citizens and experts. In this article I try to present and analyze Christiano’s solution from the perspective of social epistemology while utilizing the concepts and tools provided by this discipline. Despite fundamentally agreeing with his position, I attempt to propose a certain addition which might enrich this solution with additional epistemic and… Expand

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