John Hardwig

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John Hardwig is an American philosopher who wrote on the topics of bioethics, epistemic dependency and the role of expert.


Publications

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  • Hardwig (1985): Hardwig, John. (1985) Epistemic Dependence. The Journal of Philosophy 82 (7), 335-349.
  • Hardwig (1991): Hardwig, John. (1991) The Role of Trust in Knowledge. Journal of Philosophy 88 (12), 693-708.

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Contributors

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