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J. Adam Carter
J. Adam Carter
Professor of Philosophy, University of Glasgow
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Relativism
M Baghramian, JA Carter
Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, 2015
862*2015
Varieties of externalism
JA Carter, J Kallestrup, SO Palermos, D Pritchard
Philosophical Issues 24 (1), 63-109, 2014
4072014
Technologically scaffolded atypical cognition: The case of YouTube’s recommender system
M Alfano, AE Fard, JA Carter, P Clutton, C Klein
Synthese 199, 835-858, 2021
1242021
Technological seduction and self-radicalization
M Alfano, JA Carter, M Cheong
Journal of the American Philosophical Association 4 (3), 298-322, 2018
1112018
Knowledge‐how and epistemic luck
JA Carter, D Pritchard
NoŻs 49 (3), 440-453, 2015
942015
Extended epistemology
JA Carter, A Clark, J Kallestrup, SO Palermos, D Pritchard
Oxford University Press, 2018
852018
Knowledge‐How and Cognitive Achievement
JA Carter, D Pritchard
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 91 (1), 181-199, 2015
792015
Extended emotion
JA Carter, EC Gordon, SO Palermos
Philosophical Psychology 29 (2), 198-217, 2016
732016
Objectual understanding and the value problem
JA Carter, EC Gordon
American Philosophical Quarterly 51 (1), 1-13, 2014
692014
Metaepistemology and Relativism
JA Carter
Palgrave MacMillan, 2016
682016
Is having your computer compromised a personal assault? The ethics of extended cognition
JA Carter, SO Palermos
Journal of the American Philosophical Association 2 (4), 542-560, 2016
672016
Robust virtue epistemology as anti‐luck epistemology: A new solution
JA Carter
Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 97 (1), 140-155, 2016
612016
The value of knowledge
D Pritchard, JA Carter, J Turri
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2018
562018
Openmindedness and truth
JA Carter, EC Gordon
Canadian Journal of Philosophy 44 (2), 207-224, 2014
552014
Knowledge-how and epistemic value
J Adam Carter, D Pritchard
Australasian Journal of Philosophy 93 (4), 799-816, 2015
492015
Educating for intellectual virtue: A critique from action guidance
B Kotzee, JA Carter, H Siegel
Episteme 18 (2), 177-199, 2021
472021
Intellectual autonomy, epistemic dependence and cognitive enhancement
JA Carter
Synthese 197 (7), 2937-2961, 2020
432020
Knowledge first: Approaches in epistemology and mind
JA Carter, EC Gordon, B Jarvis
Oxford University Press, 2017
432017
Group knowledge and epistemic defeat
J Carter
Ergo 2 (28), 711-735, 2015
432015
Varieties of cognitive achievement
JA Carter, BW Jarvis, K Rubin
Philosophical Studies 172, 1603-1623, 2015
392015
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