6.16 Experts

Keywords: experts, socrates, expert, report, george, credibility, authority, acceptable, prefer, matters, practice, counter, aesthetic, power, position

Number of Articles: 37
Weighted Number of Articles: 28.33926

Characteristic Articles

  1. Michael Welbourne (1983) “A Cognitive Thoroughfare” Mind 92:410-412.
  2. Gregory Vlastos (1982) “The Socratic Elenchus” Journal of Philosophy 79:711-714.
  3. James W. Cornman (1978) “On The Certainty Of Reports About What Is Given” Noûs 12:93-118.
  4. John Hardwig (1985) “Epistemic Dependence” Journal of Philosophy 82:335-349.
  5. Sven Rosenkranz (2007) “Agnosticism As A Third Stance” Mind 116:55-104.
  6. Fred I. Dretske (1982) “A Cognitive Cul-De-Sac” Mind 91:109-111.
  7. Alvin I. Goldman (2001) “Experts: Which Ones Should You Trust?” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 63:85-110.
  8. Gregory Vlastos (1985) “Socrates’ Disavowal Of Knowledge” The Philosophical Quarterly 35:1-31.
  9. Jonathan E. Adler (2009) “Resisting The Force Of Argument” Journal of Philosophy 106:339-364.
  10. Stephen John (2011) “Expert Testimony And Epistemological Free-Riding: The Mmr Controversy” The Philosophical Quarterly 61:496-517.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. Alvin I. Goldman (2001) “Experts: Which Ones Should You Trust?” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 63:85-110. (0.7750365)
  2. Miranda Fricker (1998) “Rational Authority And Social Power: Towards A Truly Social Epistemology” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 98:159-177. (0.5251558)
  3. Peter J. Graham (1997) “What Is Testimony?” The Philosophical Quarterly 47:227-232. (0.362016)