„Sinn für Ungerechtigkeit“ : Über die Rolle von Gefühlen bei epistemischem Widerstand

Javier Burdman
The recent literature on epistemic injustice has convincingly showed that injustice is often self-conceal-ing, because those who suffer it lack the hermeneutical resources to talk about it. How, then, are thevictims of epistemic injustice capable of denouncing and resisting it? The article seeks an answer tothis question by inquiring into what Judith Shklar calls the “sense of injustice.” Following Shklar, Iargue that the identification and critique of injustice relies on feeling rather than established moralvalues....
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