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ECPR Journals Virtual Special Issue

Epistocracy, Expertise and Disagreement: Themes from Political Epistemology

Political Theory
 
Knowledge
 
Critical Theory
 
Panel Number
P120
Panel Chair
Javier Burdman
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

Time
28/08/2020 11:15 - 13:00
Location
Abstract
Knowledge can be considered either as a means for strengthening political debate or as a tool of control and oppression. It all depends on what we understand by "knowledge" as well as "politics," of how knowledge is produced and circulated, and of the form of political debate in a specific community. This panel examines how knowledge overlaps, either productively or unproductively, with political disagreement.

Paper List


Title Details
Clichés as a Political Problem View Paper Details
Four Neglected Roads to Political Epistemology View Paper Details
The Politics of Truth. Towards a Discourse Ethical Framework for the Legitimate Use of Truth Claims in Deliberation View Paper Details
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