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https://doi.org/10.31820/ejap.18.1.2

Gnostic Disagreement Norms

Domingos Faria orcid id orcid.org/0000-0003-1726-7839 ; LanCog, Centre of Philosophy, University of Lisbon


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Our main question in this paper is as follow: (Q) What are the epistemic norms governing our responses in the face of disagreement? In order to answer it, we begin with some clarification. First, following McHugh (2012), if we employ a useful distinction in normativity theory between evaluative and prescriptive norms, there are two readings of (Q)––we explore such distinction in section 2. And secondly, we accept gnosticism, that is, the account that the fundamental epistemic good is knowledge. It is with this assumption that we want to answer (Q). So, if gnosticism is true, what is the plausible answer to (Q)? In section 3 we argue for gnostic disagreement norms as response to (Q) and in section 4 we apply such norms to particular cases of disagreement.

Ključne riječi

disagreement, evaluative norms, prescriptive norms, disagreement norms, gnostic disagreement norms, knowledge-first epistemology

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272378

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/272378

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