Special Issue of dialectica
Guest editor: Anne Meylan
Post-Gettier epistemology and the difficulty of analysing knowledge have often led to scepticism about the notion of justification. It has been suggested that one should either move beyond justification or simply get rid of this notion within epistemology. But is the notion of justification really useless if knowledge turns out to be unanalysable ? Is the debate between internalist and externalist conceptions of justification still relevant ? How should we view the relationships between epistemic justification and other kinds of justification (in particular in the ethical case)? Is justification subjective? The aim of this special issue is to help to clarify the seemingly new role that the notion of justification plays in contemporary epistemology by answering these questions.
To do so, dialectica invites submissions for publication in a special issue on the topic of Justification Today.
Please send a pdf prepared for blind reviewing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for submission: July, 1. 2010
Notification of acceptance, resubmission, rejection: September, 1. 2010
Final version due: December, 1. 2010