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Trust, distrust and epistemic injustice
(Routledge, 2017-04-03) - Book item,
Social science as a guide to social metaphysics?
(2018-06) - Journal article,
If we are sympathetic to the project of naturalising metaphysics, how should we approach the metaphysics of the social world? What role can the social sciences play in metaphysical investigation? In the light of these ...
Review of The Logical Structure of Kinds by Eric Funkhouser
(2015) - Journal item,
Review of The Logical Structure of Kinds. By Eric Funkhouser. (Oxford: OUP, 2014. Pp. 192. Price £35.00.)
Trust and distrust between patient and doctor
(2015-10) - Journal article,
To trust someone is to have expectations of their behaviour; distrust often involves disappointed expectations. But healthy trust and distrust require a good understanding of which expectations are reasonable, and which ...
Review of 'Necessary Beings' by Bob Hale
(2015-10) - Journal item,
Review of Necessary Beings: An Essay on Ontology, Modality, & the Relations Between Them. By Bob Hale. Oxford University Press, 2013, pp. 320, £40. ISBN: 978-0-19-966957-8
Almost identical, almost innocent
(2018-07) - Journal article,
In his 1991 book, Parts of Classes, David Lewis discusses the idea that composition is identity, alongside the idea that mereological overlap is a form of partial identity. But this notion of partial identity does nothing ...
Trustworthy groups and organisations
(Oxford University Press, 2017-03-02) - Book item,
Beyond philosophy, discussions of trust and trustworthiness often concern collective entities such as corporations, states, and social groups. But much philosophical work takes trust in an individual person as paradigmatic, ...
Trust, distrust and commitment
(2014-03) - Journal article,
Conspiracy Theories, Impostor Syndrome, and Distrust
(2019-01-02) - Journal article,
Conspiracy theorists believe that powerful agents are conspiring to achieve their nefarious aims and also to orchestrate a cover-up. People who suffer from impostor syndrome believe that they are not talented enough for ...