Special journal edition released for Harms and Wrongs in Epistemic Practice Conference
A special edition of the Royal Institute of Philosophy journal Philosophy has been released to tie in with the 2017 Royal Insitute of Philosophy annual conference on ‘Harms and Wrongs in Epistemic Practice’.
The conference was organised by current and recent Sheffield Philosophy PhD students Simon Barker, Charlie Crerar and Trystan Goetze. It took place in July 2017 and brought together theorists working on a diverse variety of topics to draw attention to the full range of these harms and wrongs, the ways in which they interact, and the ways in which they can be addressed.
The journal, released as a supplement (Volume 84 - November 2018), features the papers that were presented at the conference, from contributors including Miranda Fricker, Alison Bailey, Heather Battaly and Havi Carel.
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