In this paper, I analyze epistemic blameworthiness. After presenting Michael Bergmann’s definition of epistemic blameworthiness, I argue that his definition is problematic because it does not have a control condition. I conclude by offering an improved definition of epistemic blameworthiness and defending this definition against potential counterexamples. Copyright © 2014 Philosophy Documentation Center. All Rights Reserved.
|Journal||Stance: An International Undergraduate Philosophy Journal|
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2014|