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Check the twenty eight issue of “Humana.Mente Journal of Philosophical Studies”, Experts and Expertise. Interdisciplinary Issues. With the contribution of a TiLPh member: Federico José Arena, Democracy, expertise, and academic freedom: a First Amendment jurisprudence for the modern state by Robert C. Post. 

humanaHumana.Mente Journal of Philosophical Studies

Issue 28
Experts and Expertise. Interdisciplinary Issues
edited by Elisabetta Lalumera, Giovanni Tuzet

is now available online
www.humanamente.eu

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
Experts and Expertise. Interdisciplinary Issues
by Elisabetta Lalumera, Giovanni Tuzet

PAPERS
Carlo Martini
The Paradox Of Proof And Scientific Expertise

Christian Dahlman, Lena Wahlberg, Farhan Sarwar
Robust Trust in Expert Testimony

Susan Haack
The Expert Witness: Lessons from the U.S. Experience

Ronald J. Allen
A Note To My Philosophical Friends About Expertise And Legal Systems

Elisabetta Lalumera
Overcoming Expert Disagreement In A Delphi Process. An Exercise In Reverse Epistemology

Matt Stichter
Philosophical and Psychological Accounts of Expertise and Experts

Ben Trubody
A Paradigm for Your Thoughts: A Kuhnian Analysis of Expertise

Gloria Origgi
What Is An Expert That A Person May Trust Her? Towards A Political Epistemology Of Expertise

Suzanne Uniacke
Responsibility, Expertise and Trust: Institutional Ethics Committees and Science

Itay Snir
Experts Of Common Sense: Philosophers, Laypeople And Democratic Politics

Jean-Marie Chevalier
The Day After The Day Of The Experts. Lessons From J.M. Cattell, B.I. Gilman And C.S. Peirce

Francesca Ervas
(Becoming) Experts In Meaning Ambiguities

BOOK REVIEWS
Federico José Arena
Democracy, expertise, and academic freedom: a First Amendment jurisprudence for the modern state
by Robert C. Post

Fabrizio Esposito
Nudge and the Law
by Alberto Alemanno,Anne-Lise Sibony (Eds.)

info: www.humanamente.eu

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