Knowing and not-knowing for your own good: the Limits of Epistemic Paternalism (Seminar, Durham University, 7 May 2015)

Philosophy Weekly Research Seminar at Durham University: Dr Emma Bullock (KCL) Abstract: Roughly speaking, a paternalistic interference is one in which an individual’s choices or actions are interfered with for that individual’s own good. Part of determining whether a particular paternalistic interference is justified involves identifying what counts as a Read more…