We have received many excellent abstracts for Open Court's forthcoming volume entitled Curb Your Enthusiasm and Philosophy. However, we'd still really like to have at least one chapter of the volume focus on the issue of epistemic disagreement. Not only are the epistemic challenges posed by disagreement particularly interesting to consider whether one is a trained epistemologist or a non-philosopher, but the show Curb Your Enthusiasm itself also seems to provide the perfect foil for a popular treatment of the subject.
We are currently seeking proposals from individuals who are interested in writing a chapter that engages the issue of epistemic disagreement as it relates to Curb Your Enthusiasm. Interested individuals are encouraged to email an abstract (100-750 words) and a current CV to Chris Tennberg (the volume's co-editor) at email@example.com soon as possible. Thanks! -