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  1. Skills and savoir-faire: might anti-intellectualism suffice?Ian Robertson - forthcoming - Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy.
    An increasingly popular objection to anti-intellectualism about know-how is that there are clear cases where an agent having the dispositional ability to φ does not suffice for her knowing how to φ. Recently, Adam Carter has argued that anti-intellectualism can only rise to meet this sufficiency objection if it imposes additional constraints on know-how. He develops a revisionary anti-intellectualism, on which knowing how to φ not only entails that the agent possesses a reliable ability to φ, but also that she (...)
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