Over at Certain Doubts, they have a thread going where people are nominating papers in epistemology for the Philosophers’ Annual. I’m not actually an official nominator for the Annual, but I know some nominators read this site, so I thought we’d have a similar thread here.
What I’m particularly interested in are papers that relate to any of the Arche projects that are currently underway. These are
- Basic Knowledge
- Contextualism and Relativism
- Philosophical Methodology
- Foundations of Logical Consequence
What do you think are the best papers on any of these topics to have come out in the last 12 months? Bonus points for papers that are on several of these topics. (A great paper on why we need, for methdological reasons, to take people to have non-evidential warrant for accepting the existence of unarticulated constituents would be perfect, especially if it could somehow work in the foundations project.)
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