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認識的不正義の克服:社会・心理的視座

Overcoming Epistemic Injustice : Social and Psychological Perspectives

(Collective Studies in Knowledge and Society)

Sherman, Benjamin R. (EDT)   Goguen, Stacey (EDT)

Rowman & Littlefield Intl 2019/07
325 p. 23 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: US
ISBN: 9781786607065
装丁違いISBN: 1786607050
KCN: 1034659542
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DDC: 170
KDC: A117 倫理学・道徳哲学
M36
書評掲載: Choice Reviews 2020 January
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Annotation

The essays collected in this volume draw from cutting-edge social science research and detailed case studies, to suggest how we can better tackle our unconscious reactions and institutional biases, to help ameliorate epistemic injustice.

Full Description

This volume draws together cutting edge research from the social sciences to find ways of overcoming the unconscious prejudice that is present in our everyday decisions, a phenomenon coined by the philosopher Miranda Fricker as 'epistemic injustice'.
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Table of Contents

Introduction Ben Sherman / Part I: Managing Psychological Tendencies / 2. Becoming Less Unreasonable Mark Alfano / 3. Overcoming Stereotypes: What Could Our Goals Be? Stacey Goguen / 4. Conceptualizing Sexual Assault: Hermeneutical Injustice and Epistemic Resources Audrey Yap / 5. Structural Thinking and Epistemic Justice Saray Ayala and Nadya Vadilyeva / 6. The Inevitability of Aiming for Virtue Jen White and Alex Madva / 7. How to Stop Perpetuating Epistemologies of Ignorance Emily McWilliams / Part II: Curing Epistemic Injustice in Healthcare / 8. Epistemic Microaggressions and Epistemic Injustices in Clinical Medicine Lauren Freeman and Heather Stewart / 9. Epistemic Injustice and Stereotype Mapping in Psychiatry Elianna Fetterolf / 10. Returning to the 'There Is': PTSD, Phenomenology & Systems of Knowing Mary Catherine McDonald / 11. Are Naturalistic Conceptions of Health Epistemically Unjust? Ian Kidd and Havi Carel / 12. Epistemic Injustice in Surgery: The Impact on Women Surgeons and Trainees Katrina Hutchison / Part III: Arresting Epistemic Injustice in the Legal and Correctional Systems / 13. Reconstructing Legal Judgement in the Face of Epistemological Injustice Michael Sullivan / 14. The Episteme and Epistemic Injustice Lissa Skitolsky / 15. Carceral Medicine and Prison Abolition: Trust and Truth-telling in Correctional Healthcare Andrea Pitts / 16. Epistemic Injustice, Willed Ignorance, and the Treatment of Pregnant Women in Canadian Provincial Prisons Harry Critchley / Part IV: Learning to Overcoming Epistemic Injustice in Academia and Education / 17. Teaching as Epistemic Care Casey Rebecca Johnson / 18. When Testimony Isn't Enough: Implicit Research as Epistemic Injustice Lacey Davidson 19. Afterword Miranda Fricker