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  2024 (8)
Students’ historicisation of the environmental crisis: A narrative of industrialisation, ignorance and greed. Gripe, A.; and Sandahl, J. Historical Encounters, 11(1): 1–17. 2024.
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Knowing Better: Motivated Ignorance and Willful Ignorance. Freedman, K. Hypatia. 2024.
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A Reasonable Expectation Account of The Epistemic Condition of Blameworthiness and Ignorance Rooted in Myside Bias. Lamb, M. Journal of Value Inquiry. 2024.
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White ignorance. Guenther, L. In The Routledge Handbook of Political Phenomenology, pages 398–409. 2024.
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History Of Scientific Ignorance. Verburgt, L. In Debating Contemporary Approaches to the History of Science, pages 289–311. 2024.
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“Grasping” Morality. Johnson King, Z. Philosophical Studies, 181(4): 929–938. 2024.
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Must we worry about epistemic shirkers?. Bruno, D. Inquiry (United Kingdom). 2024.
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Axiomatizing Rumsfeld Ignorance. Fan, J. Journal of Philosophical Logic, 53(1): 79–97. 2024.
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  2023 (22)
Epistemic Operators. Dretske, F. Disputatio (Spain), 12(26): 71–89. 2023.
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The antiepistemology of organized abuse: Ignorance, exploitation, inaction. Salter, M.; and Woodlock, D. British Journal of Criminology, 63(1): 221–237. 2023.
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Guilty ignorance and moral overload in consumer ethics. Naegeli, L. Zeitschrift fur Philosophische Forschung, 77(4): 543–567. 2023.
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Blaming Reasonable Wrongdoers. Talbert, M. Res Publica. 2023.
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Taxation behind the veil of ignorance. Ju, B.; and Moreno-Ternero, J. Social Choice and Welfare, 60(1-2): 165–181. 2023.
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Guilty ignorance: An internalist perspective from dispositional beliefs for the technological context. González-Martín, J. Recerca, 2023. 2023.
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Risk aversion and elite‐group ignorance. Kinney, D.; and Bright, L. K. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 106(1): 35–57. 2023.
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Rik Peels' Ignorance: A Philosophical Study. Denicola, D. International Journal for the Study of Skepticism, 8(3). 2023.
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Governance between ignorance and evidence: Technology assessment in the context of pandemic crisis management. Bartl, G. Zeitschrift fur Technikfolgenabschatzung in Theorie und Praxis / Journal for Technology Assessment in Theory and Practice, 32(2): 30–35. 2023.
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Ignorance as an epistemological problem. Dorozhkin, A.; and Golubinskaya, A. Epistemology and Philosophy of Science, 60(3): 77–90. 2023.
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Beraten und Prognostizieren. Unsicheres Wissen in der institutionellen vs. der massenmedialen Politikberatung. Jahaj, D.; and Rhein, L. Fachsprache, 45(1-2): 66–84. May 2023. Number: 1-2
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Epistemologies of ignorance in far right studies: the invisibilisation of racism and whiteness in times of populist hype. Mondon, A. Acta Politica, 58(4): 876–894. 2023.
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Moral ignorance and the social nature of responsible agency. Rudy-Hiller, F. Inquiry, 66(5): 821–848. 2023.
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Valuable ignorance: delayed epistemic gratification. Willard-Kyle, C. Philosophical Studies, 180(1): 363–384. 2023.
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Deliberate ignorance—a barrier for information interventions targeting reduced meat consumption. Kadel, P.; Herwig, I. E.; and Mata, J. Psychology & Health,1–18. 2023.
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Motivated ignorance and social identity threat: the case of the Flat Earth. Jones, I.; Adams, A.; and Mayoh, J. Social Identities, 29(1): 79–94. 2023.
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Un(ac)countable no-bodies: the politics of ignorance in global health policymaking. Lee, P. Critical Public Health, 33(1): 48–59. 2023.
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When Political Ignorance is really harmful for Democracy: Moral Intuitions and Biased Attitudes in Voting Behaviour. Marchetti, J. Philosophy & Social Criticism, 49(9): 1046–1060. 2023.
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Using misperceived social norms as a license: does pluralistic ignorance trigger complacency in the food environment. Moojen, R.; Gillebaart, M.; and de Ridder, D. Social Influence, 18(1): 1–17. 2023.
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The impact of ignorance and bias on information security protection motivation: a case of e-waste handling. Chen, H.; and Yuan, Y. Internet Research, 33(6): 2244–2275. 2023.
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Corpus Approaches to Analysing Uncertainty and Ignorance in Academic Discourse. Müller, M. Fachsprache, 45(1-2): 28–47. 2023.
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Other-Oriented Hermeneutical Injustice, Affected Ignorance, or Human Ignorance. Dieterle, J. M. Social Epistemology, 37(6): 852–863. 2023.
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  2022 (1)
Backward-Looking Principles of Climate Justice: The Unjustified Move from the Polluter Pays Principle to the Beneficiary Pays Principle. García-Portela, L. Res Publica. November 2022.
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  2019 (1)
Distribution and ignorance. Räikkä, J. Synthese. 2019. 1
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