Precis of prejudice: a study in non-ideal epistemology

Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy (forthcoming)
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1. The book is designed to fulfill two purposes: first and foremost, it offers a sustained inquiry into the epistemology of prejudice, paying special attention to its psychological provenance, the...

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