This work package will develop a novel account of the normativity of belief in the face of disagreement. The hypothesis under investigation is that, in cases of disagreement, one should improve one's corresponding doxastic attitude with regard to closeness to knowledge.
Simion, M. and Kelp, C. Manuscript. Aesthetic Disagreement, Aesthetic Testimony, and Defeat.
Simion, M. and Broncano-Berrocal, F. Forthcoming. Knowledge and Disagreement. Routledge Handbook of Disagreement, (M. Baghramian, A. Carder, and R. Rowland eds.), Routledge.
Broncano-Berrocal, F. and Simion, M. Forthcoming. Disagreement and Epistemic Improvement. Synthese.
Simion, M. and Miragoli, M. 2021. Gender, Race, and Group Disagreement. In Group Disagreement, Carter, A and Broncano-Berrocal, F., Routledge.