6.39 Disagreement

Keywords: peer, disagreement, weight, methods, equal, project, mistake, equally, feldman, forming, judge, subjects, higher, method, defeater

Number of Articles: 21
Weighted Number of Articles: 17.53203

Characteristic Articles

  1. Michael Thune (2010) “‘Partial Defeaters’ And The Epistemology Of Disagreement” The Philosophical Quarterly 60:355-372.
  2. Ruth Weintraub (2013) “Can Steadfast Peer Disagreement Be Rational?” The Philosophical Quarterly 63:740-759.
  3. David Christensen (2007) “Epistemology Of Disagreement: The Good News” Philosophical Review 116:187-217.
  4. Michael Bergmann (2000) “Externalism And Skepticism” Philosophical Review 109:159-194.
  5. Joshua Schechter and David Enoch (2006) “Meaning And Justification: The Case Of Modus Ponens” Noûs 40:687-715.
  6. Han Van Wietmarschen (2013) “Peer Disagreement, Evidence, And Well-Groundedness” Philosophical Review 122:395-425.
  7. David Enoch (2010) “Not Just A Truthometer: Taking Oneself Seriously (But Not Too Seriously) In Cases Of Peer Disagreement” Mind 119:953-997.
  8. David Enoch and Joshua Schechter (2008) “How Are Basic Belief-Forming Methods Justified?” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 76:547-579.
  9. Adam Elga (2007) “Reflection And Disagreement” Noûs 41:478-502.
  10. Nathan L. King (2012) “Disagreement: What’s The Problem? Or A Good Peer Is Hard To Find” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 85:249-272.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. Adam Elga (2007) “Reflection And Disagreement” Noûs 41:478-502. (0.9422557)
  2. John Turri (2010) “On The Relationship Between Propositional And Doxastic Justification” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 80:312-326. (0.3428573)