Knowledge, Virtue, and the Intellect

Each of us seems to be responsible to possess knowledge about myriad subjects that affect not only our lives but the lives of those around us. Professor Jason Baehr's new book adds a fresh perspective to this challenge. Instead of focusing on the standard topics of justification, truth, and belief, Jason focuses on the person holding belief and argues that understand the role virtue plays—intellectual virtue—may contribute to unlocking the mystery of knowledge. [More]