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Josué Piñeiro

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PhD student
Education:

BA in Philosophy, minor in Psychology (University of West Georgia) 

Research Interests:
  • Philosophy of Race 
  • Social Epistemology 
  • Latin American and Caribbean Philosophy (esp. Decolonial Theory)
Selected Publications:
  • "Colorblindness, Hermeneutical Marginalization and Hermeneutical Injustice." Southwestern Philosophical Review. Forthcoming 2022
  • Epistemic Peerhood and Standpoint Theory: What Knowledge from the Margins tells us about Epistemic Peerhood.Southwestern Philosophical Review. January 2021
  • “Eventful Conversations and the Positive Virtues of a Listener”, Acta Analytica.  April 2020 [co-authored with Justin Simpson]
Courses Regularly Taught:
Articles Featuring Josué Piñeiro
Wednesday, February 10, 2021 - 3:29pm

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