Other-Oriented Hermeneutical Injustice, Affected Ignorance, or Human Ignorance. Dieterle, J. M. Social Epistemology, 37(6):852–863, 2023.
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Paul-Mikhail Podosky introduces the notion of other-oriented hermeneutical injustice and argues that non-human animals are often the subjects of such injustice. In this paper, I argue that although the notion of other-oriented hermeneutical injustice is coherent, Podosky’s examples – including his primary case of non-human animals �� are not instances of it. I attempt to show that an epistemology of ignorance serves as a better theoretical basis for Podosky’s argument. In the final section of the paper, I discuss a case that, at first glance, seems to be one of other-oriented hermeneutical injustice. However, I argue that ultimately an epistemology of ignorance gives us a better account of the case.
@article{dieterle2023,
	title = {Other-{Oriented} {Hermeneutical} {Injustice}, {Affected} {Ignorance}, or {Human} {Ignorance}},
	volume = {37},
	doi = {10.1080/02691728.2023.2248044},
	abstract = {Paul-Mikhail Podosky introduces the notion of other-oriented hermeneutical injustice and argues that non-human animals are often the subjects of such injustice. In this paper, I argue that although the notion of other-oriented hermeneutical injustice is coherent, Podosky’s examples – including his primary case of non-human animals �� are not instances of it. I attempt to show that an epistemology of ignorance serves as a better theoretical basis for Podosky’s argument. In the final section of the paper, I discuss a case that, at first glance, seems to be one of other-oriented hermeneutical injustice. However, I argue that ultimately an epistemology of ignorance gives us a better account of the case.},
	number = {6},
	journal = {Social Epistemology},
	author = {Dieterle, J. M.},
	year = {2023},
	keywords = {4 Social aspects of ignorance},
	pages = {852--863},
}

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