I have written a defence of the view that epistemic vice involves a motivational component which is akin to a willful turning away from the epistemic good. You Can find it here: Tanesini_Epistemic Vice and Motivation_final
Check out this excellent post on Trust and Empathy by Olivia Bailey here
Among the harms of oppression is it ability to foster damaging character dispositions in those who are oppressed. In this paper I explore two of these dispositions: servility which is manifested in attempts to ingratiate those who humiliate one and timidity which is expressed by repeated self-silencing in response to intimidation. Here is my current [draft; Sept 2017].
Thanks to Ian Kidd for a great event helping us to think about social corrupting influences on character. For my contribution see here.
My paper on silence as a speech act that can constitute a way of dissenting and protesting is finally written. [Draft] Would love to hear any comments you may have.
A great post on virtue and argumentation by Andrew Aberdain on Open for Debate. Check it out here