The philosophy area of OHO aims to review the various questions epistemologists have asked regarding testimonial belief and knowledge. Among these are: under what conditions is it rational to accept the say-so of another speaker? In what ways, if any, is testimonial knowledge a distinctive type of knowledge? And in what ways, if any, does the "social" or "interpersonal" dimension of testimonial belief-formation bear on the normative epistemological questions that we can ask about such beliefs?

Editor in Chief

Sandy Goldberg is Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department at Northwestern University. His research focuses on topics in epistemology, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of language, and he is particularly interested in topics at the intersection of these subfields. He is the author of many articles and two books, Anti-Individualism, (Cambridge University Press, 2007) and Relying On Others (Oxford University Press, 2010).

OUP: Why did you become involved in this project?

Goldberg: I became involved with OHO out of my respect for the value of the Oxford Handbooks series, and out of the hope to be able to make this series even more relevant to today's philosophers as it moves online. The Handbooks series has been, and I expect will continue to be, an excellent resource for those who want opinionated and state-of-the-art characterizations of philosophical debates by the leading philosophers of the day.

OUP: What excites you about most about further developing the online resources of this project?

Goldberg: OHO will play a central role in advancing the very discussions its entries characterize. And it is this that I find most exciting about the opportunity to become involved with OHO: I am excited to help to develop an online resource which (I hope) will become the first place philosophers go, whether to get up to speed on a given topic, or to get a sense of where discussions on the topic are heading in the future.

Editorial Board

Senior Editors
Emma Borg
University of Reading

Alan Code
Stanford University
Justin D'Arms
Ohio State University

Don Garrett
New York University
Paul Humphreys
University of Virginia

Trenton Merricks
University of Virginia

Volume Editors

Peter R. Anstey
University of Sydney

Maria Rosa Antognazza
King's College London

Robert Batterman
The University of Pittsburgh

Michael Beaney
University of York

Tom L. Beauchamp
Georgetown University

Ansgar Beckermann
University of Bielefeld

Helen Beebee
University of Manchester

John Bickle
Mississippi State University

Ben Bradley
Syracuse University

George G. Brenkert
Georgetown University

Craig Callender
University of California, San Diego

Herman Cappelen
University of St. Andrews

Desmond M. Clarke
University College Cork; Royal Irish Academy

David Copp
University of California-Davis

Roger Crisp
University of Oxford

Patricia Curd
Purdue University

Brian Davies
Fordham University

John Deigh
University of Texas at Austin

Michael Della Rocca
Yale University

David Dolinko
University of California, Los Angeles

William Edelglass
Marlboro College

Richard Eldridge
Swarthmore College

Khaled El-Rouayheb
Harvard University

David Estlund
Brown University

Fred Feldman
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Gail Fine
Cornell University

Michael N. Forster
Bonn University

Shaun Gallagher
University of Memphis

Stephen M. Gardiner
University of Washington, Seattle

Jay L. Garfield
Smith College; Melbourne University; University of Massachusetts
Ken Gemes
Birkbeck, University of London

Tamar Szabó Gendler
Yale University

Kristin Gjesdal
Temple University

Michael Glanzberg
University of California, Davis

Peter Goldie
University of Manchester

Daniel W. Graham
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John Greco
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Alan Hajek
Australian National University

James Harris
University of St Andrews

John Hawthorne
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Iwao Hirose
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Christopher Hitchcock
California Institute of Technology

Paul Humphreys
University of Virginia

Frank Jackson
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Jens Johansson
Uppsala University

Robert Kane
University of Texas at Austin

Harold Kincaid
University of Alabama at Birmingham

George Klosko
University of Virginia

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University of East Anglia

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Brian Leiter
University of Chicago

Ernest Lepore
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Jerrold Levinson
University of Maryland

Michael J. Loux
University of Notre Dame

William Mander
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John Marenbon
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Eric Margolis
University of British Columbia

Al Martinich
University of Texas at Austin

Mohan Matthen
University of Toronto

Marie McGinn
University of York

Brian P. McLaughlin
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
Alfred R. Mele
Florida State University

Peter Menzies
Macquarie University

Cheryl Misak
University of Toronto

Paul K. Moser
Loyola University of Chicago

Serena Olsaretti
ICREA-University of Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

Jonas Olson
Stockholm University

Jesse J. Prinz
City University of New York, Graduate Center

Piers Rawling
Florida State University

Michael Rosen
Harvard University

Don Ross
University of Cape Town, South Africa

Michael Ruse
Florida State University

Paul Russell
University of British Columbia

Richard Samuels
King's College

Eric Schliesser
Universiteit Gent

Stewart Shapiro
The Ohio State University; the Arche Centre, University of St. Andrews

Christopher Shields
Oxford University

Harvey Siegel
University of Miami

Barry C. Smith
Birkbeck College, University of London

Michael Smith
Princeton University

Daniel Star
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Bonnie Steinbock
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Allen Thompson
Oregon State University

Justin Tiwald
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William J. Wainwright
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Sven Walter
University of Osnabrueck

Catherine Wilson
University of York

Dan Zahavi
University of Copenhagen

Dean W. Zimmerman
Rutgers University

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