Matthew J. Cull
University of Edinburgh
Manuel Padilla Cruz has written an excellent response piece (Padilla Cruz 2019) to my initial article (Cull 2019) on dismissive incomprehension, where he raises a number of interesting issues and has put forward a number of excellent ideas for avenues for further research. Here I seek to deepen our understanding of the phenomenon by developing some responses that have come forward in thinking about and discussing dismissive incomprehension, especially in reference to what Padilla Cruz has said. Hopefully this adds to his analysis and helps to provoke the further research we are both interested in seeing.
Keywords Social Epistemology  Conceptual Engineering  Silence  Epistemic Injuctice  Face  Epistemology of the Internet
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