Blameworthy Belief: A Study In Epistemic Deontologism

Blameworthy Belief: A Study In Epistemic Deontologism
Tags: Nikolaj Nottelmann

Believing the wrong thing can have drastic consequences. The question of when a person is not only ill-guided, but genuinely at fault for holding a particular belief goes to the root of our understanding of such notions as criminal negligence and moral responsibility. This book explores the conditions under which someone may be deemed blameworthy for holding a particular belief, drawing on contemporary epistemology, ethics and legal scholarship.