Pluralism About Group Knowledge: A Reply to Jesper Kallestrup

Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 12 (1):39-45 (2023)
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Jesper Kallestrup has provided an insightful response to our paper, “Epistemic Structure in Non-Summative Social Knowledge”. Kallestrup identifies some important issues pertaining to our non-summative, non-supervenient account of group knowledge which we did not address in our original paper. Here, we develop our view further in light of Kallestrup’s helpful reply.



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Avram Hiller
Portland State University
R. Wolfe Randall
University of California at Santa Barbara

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