Defending an original conception of our responsibility for belief and of the relation of such responsibility to moral justification for our actions, James Montmarquet advances a detailed account of certain traits of intellectual character-the epistemic virtues-and of their relation to the responsibility for one's beliefs.
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James Montmarquet is Associate Professor at Tennessee State University and author of The Idea of Agrarianism (1989).Review:
. . . affords a timely and eminently readable discussion of the ethics of belief. (John Heil)
A good plausibility argument for doxatic responsibility. (George S. Pappas Mind)
This is a substantial contribution to the growing subfield of virtue epistemology. (Audi, Robert)
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