What do “epistemics” and “ethics” entail and how are these topics related?

Epistemic thinking refers to a cognitive and metacognitive process by which we reason about ‘knowledge’ and how we think about knowledge as a probability. Here, we aim to discuss the nature of ‘knowledge’ insofar as it connects with our ethics (in other words, how our precepts of the character of “knowledge” affect how we interact in the world).

Intellectual Humility: Theoretical Construct and Function

Intellectual Humility: Theoretical Construct and Function What about it? There is no single definition of intellectual humility, but researchers commonly think of this as a multidimensional construct that involves both dispositional (“fixed” personality) traits and cognitive (thinking) and affective (feeling) states. Some social scientists explain it as a way of being that is mediated by … Read more

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