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Hoagland, Sarah Lucia, , . Denying Relationality: Epistemology and Ethics and Ignorance
2007,
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Summary: In this chapter, the author argues that epistemological and ethical practices of ignorance are strategic and involve a strategic denial of relationality, namely, of the way in which subjects are formed through relation with each other.

Comment: Good as a further reading for a course on epistemology of ignorance.
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