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Magnus Ferguson
Boston College
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    Hermeneutical Justice in Fricker, Dotson, and Arendt.Magnus Ferguson - 2020 - Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy 25 (1):21-34.
    I propose that Hannah Arendt’s hermeneutical philosophy can make important contributions to ongoing debates in the study of epistemic injustice. Building on Kristie Dotson’s concern that Miranda Fricker’s formulation of hermeneutical injustice is needlessly restrictive, I argue that Arendt’s concept of ‘thinking’ challenges us to imagine a form of hermeneutical virtue that is rigorously self-critical. The self-destructive tendency of Arendtian thinking may help to guard against the specific danger that Dotson identifies - namely, that an overly rigid approach to hermeneutical (...)
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    Language, Alienation, and World-Disclosure.Magnus Ferguson - 2020 - Research in Phenomenology 50 (2):283-289.