Just resubmitted an article based on my dissertation: “Coming to Appreciate Diversity: Ontological Change Through Student-Student Relationships.” It focuses on the ways students in a unique graduate seminar become more open through listening to the personal stories other students shared in the course. It was recommended I add clarity, as one may expect, but the […]
“Testimonial Virtue” In this article the author discusses the idea of testimonial virtue, which is a moral stance one takes on accepting and rejecting testimonials. She stakes out an Aristotelian middle ground between gullibility and skepticism. The paper was delivered as the Kneller Lecture, apparently at an AESA meeting.