What Do Kids Know? A Response to Karin Murris

Studies in Philosophy and Education 34 (3):327-330 (2015)
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Abstract

Building on Miranda Fricker’s work on epistemic injustice, Karin Murris has recently argued that children in school characteristically receive a credibility deficit based on a disparaging stereotype of children, and charged teachers with eschewing such stereotypes and committing to epistemic equality. I raise some objections to Murris’s argument

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Michael Hand
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