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Casey Johnson

Casey Johnson

Assistant Professor of Philosophy

Office

205E Administration Building

Phone

208-885-7618

Mailing Address

Department of Politics and Philosophy
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive, MS 3165
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3165

Casey Johnson is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Idaho. Casey's research brings considerations of social position and social power to bear on traditional questions in philosophy of language and epistemology. Most recently, Casey has been interested in epistemic labor, disagreement, and epistemic and communicative injustice. Prior to coming to the University of Idaho, Casey was a post-doctoral researcher on the Humility and Conviction in Public Life project at the University of Connecticut.  

Ph.D., University of Connecticut, 2015

B.A., Connecticut College, 2007

Casey Johnson is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Idaho. Casey's research brings considerations of social position and social power to bear on traditional questions in philosophy of language and epistemology. Most recently, Casey has been interested in epistemic labor, disagreement, and epistemic and communicative injustice. Prior to coming to the University of Idaho, Casey was a post-doctoral researcher on the Humility and Conviction in Public Life project at the University of Connecticut.

"Investigating Illocutionary Monism" (Forthcoming) Synthese

"What Norm of Assertion?" (2017), Acta Analytica

“Intellectual Humility: an Annotated Bibliography”, (2017) Oxford Bibliographies, with Michael Lynch, Hanna Gunn, and Nathan Sheff.

“Intellectual Humility and Empathy by Analogy” (2017) Topoi

“If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say, Come Sit By Me: Gossip as Epistemic Good and Evil”, (2016), Social Theory and Practice

“Testimony and the Constitutive Norm of Assertion”, (2015), International Journal of Philosophical Studies

Contact

Department of Politics and Philosophy

Physical Address:
205 Administration Building

Mailing Address:
Department of Politics and Philosophy
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3165
Moscow, ID 83844-3165

Phone: 208-885-6328

Fax: 208-885-5102

Email: politics-and-philosophy@uidaho.edu

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