F. Character & Social/Cognitive/Moral Psychology > New Collection: Debating Dispositions (Edited by Damschen, Schnepf, and Stüber)

Here is a very interesting volume on dispositions from de Gruyter, with articles on virtues and dispositions by Francisco J. Gonzalez, ("Knowledge and Virtue as Dispositions in Plato's Theatetus"), David Henderson & Terry Horgan, ("Epistemic Virtues and Cognitive Dispositions"), Elke Brendel ("The Epistemic Function of Virtuous Dispositions") and others. I have seen only the Henderson and Horgan paper, which in part argues that aretaic condition epistemologies may not be more empirically exposed than other epistemologies, since the generality problem is widely shared.
May 16, 2014 | Registered CommenterGuy Axtell