April 7th, 2023 | 1 hr 4 mins
anger, angry, apt, cave, communication, epistemic, ethics, evaluation, evidence, fight, grad school, graduate, hume, injustice, interview, jordan, meek, meekness, morality, motivation, myers, phd, philosophy, plato, plato's cave, pride, rage, reasoning, sports, srinivasan, thinking, university of houston, value, vice, virtue, wicked, wrong
I speak with Glen Pettigrove about his paper "Meekness and Moral Anger." We discuss his attempt to breathe new life into meekness as a virtue, his diagnosis of anger's downsides, and the ways in which meekness can avoid these pitfalls.
November 21st, 2022 | 56 mins
account, blame, blameworthiness, blameworthy, boult, brandon, cameron, cave, epistemic, epistemology, evidence, grad school, graduate, interview, jordan, myers, nature, normativity, norms, phd, philosophy, plato, plato's cave, relationship, responsibility, scanlon, testimony, university of houston, wolf
I speak with Cameron Boult about his series of papers and forthcoming book on epistemic blame: what it means, when it's appropriate, and how we modify our epistemic relationships with others.