Miranda Fricker

On testimony and the power of words, Miranda Fricker

How often are women not believed when reporting cases of sexual assault or harassment? How often are they not taken seriously, or their concerns minimized, when speaking out about discrimination? And how often are they not even listened to? We know what the answer is – all the time. We see ...
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Inspiring Works: on hermeneutical injustice, Christine Bratu

In this video, Dr. Bratu draws on Prof. Miranda Fricker’s seminal work, “Epistemic Injustice”, to illustrate and explain the importance of a problem faced by individuals belonging to oppressed groups, namely that of not having access to the concepts and terms they need to make sense of - and refer ...
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Shall replenish. Tree doesn’t face. There which creepeth multiply fish unto of Seed. Behold made two Rule divided. Fruit form.