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Understanding ignorance [electronic resource] : the surprising impact of what we don't know

Understanding ignorance [electronic resource] : the surprising impact of what we don't know

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DeNicola, Daniel R.
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Understanding ignorance [electronic resource] : the surprising impact of what we don't know / Daniel R. DeNicola.
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Cambridge, MA :   MIT Press,   2017.  
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1 online resource (xii, 250 p.).
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9780262341035 (electronic bk.) 0262341034 (electronic bk.) 9780262036443 0262036444
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Ignorance is trending. Politicians boast, "I'm not a scientist." Angry citizens object to a proposed state motto because it is in Latin, and "This is America, not Mexico or Latin America." Lack of experience, not expertise, becomes a credential. Fake news and repeated falsehoods are accepted and shape firm belief. Ignorance about American government and history is so alarming that the ideal of an informed citizenry now seems quaint. Conspiracy theories and false knowledge thrive. This may be the Information Age, but we do not seem to be well informed. In this book, philosopher Daniel DeNicola explores ignorance -- its abundance, its endurance, and its consequences.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Issued also as a book.  
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Ignorance (Theory of knowledge). Knowledge, Theory of.
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Preface	p. xi
I	Images of Ignorance	p. 1
1	    The Impact of Ignorance	p. 3
        Public Ignorance	p. 5
        A Culture of Ignorance	p. 7
        Knowledge over Ignorance	p. 9
        Understanding Ignorance	p. 10
        The Study of Ignorance	p. 11
2	    Conceiving Ignorance	p. 15
        Negative Concepts	p. 16
        Paradox	p. 18
        The Language of Ignorance	p. 21
        Ways of Knowing and Not Knowing	p. 23
        Metaphors of Ignorance	p. 27
II	Ignorance as Place	p. 29
3	    Dwelling in Ignorance	p. 31
        Ignorance as Hell or Heaven	p. 32
        In Plato''s Cave	p. 33
        Recognizing Ignorance	p. 34
        A Basic Typology from Rumsfeld to Zizek	p. 39
        The Vagaries of Knowing and Not Knowing	p. 42
        Introspection and Agnosognosia	p. 43
        Skepticism	p. 44
4	    Innocence and Ignorance	p. 47
        The Garden of Eden	p. 48
        The Cave and the Garden	p. 50
        The Concept of Innocence	p. 52
        Learning and Loss	p. 55
        Epistemic Community	p. 57
        Places of Ignorance as Thought Experiments	p. 59
III	Ignorance as Boundary	p. 63
5	    Mapping Our Ignorance	p. 65
        Boundaries, Borders, and Maps	p. 66
        Mapping Professional Ignorance	p. 68
        Natural and Constructed Boundaries	p. 70
        Locating the Boundary of the Known	p. 71
        Borderlands and Public Ignorance	p. 74
6	    Constructed Ignorance	p. 79
        Rational Nescience	p. 80
        Strategic Ignorance	p. 82
        Willful Ignorance	p. 84
        Privacy and Secrecy	p. 88
        Forbidden Knowledge	p. 91
        Constructing Ignorance Inadvertently	p. 94
7	    The Ethics of Ignorance	p. 97
        The Ethics of Belief	p. 98
        From Possibility to Moral Necessity	p. 100
        Epistemic Rights	p. 103
        Epistemic Obligations	p. 107
        Ignorance, Action, and Responsibility	p. 111
        Epistemic Injustice and Ignorance as Privilege	p. 112
8	    Virtues and Vices of Ignorance	p. 115
        The Moral Assessment of Learning	p. 116
        Curiosity	p. 118
        Epistemic Restraint	p. 120
        Discretion	p. 122
        Trust	p. 123
        Intellectual Humility	p. 125
        Modesty as a Virtue of Ignorance	p. 126
        The Virtuously Ignorant Schoolmaster	p. 129
        Epistemic Achievement	p. 133
IV	Ignorance as Limit	p. 135
9	    The Limits of the Knowable	p. 137
        Temporality	p. 139
        Biological Limits	p. 142
        Conceptual Limits	p. 144
        The Limits of Science and Mathematics	p. 147
        The End of Knowledge	p. 149
        Omniscience	p. 151
        Arguments from Ignorance	p. 153
10	    Managing Ignorance	p. 157
        Responding to the Unknown	p. 158
        Coping with Ignorance	p. 160
        Transformations in the Dark	p. 162
        Unpredictability and Commitment	p. 163
        Chance	p. 164
        From Possibility to Probability	p. 167
        The Chance of Rain	p. 172
        Other Intellectual Tools	p. 175
V	Ignorance as Horizon	p. 177
11	    The Horizon of Ignorance	p. 179
        Epistemic Luck	p. 180
        How Learning Creates Ignorance	p. 183
        Freedom, Creativity, and Ignorance	p. 186
        Ignorance and the Possible	p. 188
        Wonder and the Shepherd of Possibilities	p. 189
        Ever More: A Conclusion	p. 192
    Epilogue: Ignorance and Epistemology	p. 195
        Epistemology: Context and Content	p. 195
        Beyond Propositional Knowledge	p. 197
        Negation and Complexity	p. 199
        Bivalency and Scalar Gradience	p. 202
        Discovery and Justification	p. 203
        Individual Knowers and Epistemic Communities	p. 204
        Epistemic Value	p. 206
        Conclusion	p. 208
Notes	p. 209
Bibliography	p. 233
Index	p. 245

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