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Naturalized Knowledge‐First and the Epistemology of Groups

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Article

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Abstract

This paper commences by making a case for a naturalized approach to knowledge‐first epistemology. On this basis it then goes on to describe and defend a naturalized, functionalist account of group knowledge. It then contrasts this with Jennifer Lackey’s (2021) account of the epistemological status of groups.

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5003 Philosophy, 50 Philosophy and Religious Studies

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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research

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0031-8205
1933-1592

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Wiley