and advanced students working in ethics and epistemology.
Edited by Jonathan Matheson, University of North Florida, and Rico Vitz, Azusa Pacific University
Jonathan Matheson is Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of North Florida. He is the author of 'The Case for Rational Uniqueness' (Logos & Episteme), 'Are Conciliatory Views of Disagreement Self-Defeating?' (Social Epistemology), 'Conciliatory Views of Disagreement and Higher-Order Evidence' (Episteme: A Journal of Social Philosophy), and 'Bergmann's Dilemma: Exit Strategies for Internalists' (Philosophical Studies), co-authored with Jason Rogers.
Rico Vitz is Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Azusa Pacific
University. He is the author of Reforming the Art of Living: Nature, Virtue, and Religion in Descartes's Philosophy (Springer, forthcoming) as well as various articles and chapters, including 'The Nature and Functions of Sympathy in Hume's Philosophy' (The Oxford Handbook of David Hume), 'Thomas More and the Christian 'Superstition': A Puzzle for Hume's Psychology of Religious Belief' (The Modern Schoolman), 'Descartes and the Question of Direct Doxastic Voluntarism' (Journal of Philosophical Research), 'Doxastic Virtues in Hume's Epistemology' (Hume Studies), and 'Sympathy and Benevolence in Hume's Moral Psychology' (Journal of the History of Philosophy).
Jonathan Matheson and Rico Vitz: Introduction
SECTION I: The Ethics of Belief: Individual
1: Neil Levy and Eric Mandelbaum: The Powers that Bind: Doxastic Voluntarism and Epistemic Obligation
2: Andrei Buckareff: Deciding to Believe Redux
3: Heather Battaly: Varieties of Epistemic Vice
4: Ernest Sosa: Knowledge and Time: Kripke's Dogmatism Paradox and the Ethics of Belief
5: Dennis Whitcomb: Can There Be a Knowledge-First Ethics of Belief?
6: Duncan Pritchard: Truth as the Fundamental Epistemic Good
7: Berit Brogaard: Wide-Scope Requirements and the Ethics of Belief
8: Trent Dougherty: The 'Ethics of Belief' is Ethics (Period): Reassigning Responsibilism
SECTION II: The Ethics of Belief: Social
9: Arie W. Kruglanski and Lauren M. Boyatzi: The Psychology of Knowledge Formation: Its Impetus, Mechanism, and Social Context
10: Mark Dechesne and Charlotte de Roon: Perspectives on Social Knowledge
11: Rico Vitz: Contagion, Community, and Virtue in Hume's Epistemology
12: Heidi Grasswick: Understanding Epistemic Normativity in Feminist Epistemology
13: Catherine Z. Elgin: The Commonwealth of Epistemic Ends
14: Sanford Goldberg: Assertion and the Ethics of Belief
15: Richard Feldman: Evidence of Evidence is Evidence
16: Thomas Kelly: Believers as Thermometers
17: Jonathan Matheson: Disagreement: Idealized and Everyday