When Uncertainty Cuts Both Ways

A burning down cigarette stands on top of a pile of coins with a blurry skull in the background.

Currently, I am in the throes of my research area on The Epistemology of Ignorance. I've written before about duties we have to acquire knowledge, and what sorts of knowledge is ethically salient. However, in many cases we simply cannot have perfect knowledge, and so, we arrive at a state of uncertainty... or do we?… Continue reading When Uncertainty Cuts Both Ways


On Epistemic Humility and Privilege

"All I know that I know nothing" -¬†Socrates We don't know what we don't know. Our world, as small as it seems somedays, is still full of unknown gaps. I've written before about our duties to acquire knowledge, and why those duties are are something that we must take seriously, but in the face of… Continue reading On Epistemic Humility and Privilege