I am Ru Ye. I joined School of Philosophy of Wuhan University as an Associate Researcher in 2016, after getting my PhD from Cornell University. I work mainly on epistemology, more specifically, epistemic permissivism, higher-order evidence, and pragmatic encroachment. I am also interested in formal epistemology, metanormativity, and the intersection between ethics and epistemology.  
   ruye08 at gmail dot com

     (forthcoming) "The Arbitrariness Objection Against Permissivism." Episteme
     (forthcoming) "Higher-Order Defeat and Intellectual Responsibility." Synthese
     (2019) "A New Causal-Doxastic Theory of Basing." In Pat Bondy and Adam Carter (eds.) Well-Founded Belief: New Essays on the Epistemic Basing Relation. Routledge.
     (2016)  “Misleading Evidence and the Dogmatism Puzzle.” Australasian Journal of Philosophy 94 (3): 563-575
     (2015)  "Fumerton's Puzzle for Theories of Rationality." Australasian Journal of Philosophy 93 (1): 93-108

Work In Progress
    1. Knowledge-Action Principles and Epistemic Impurism (draft available by email)
    2. A New Argument Against Higher-Order Defeat (draft available by email)   
    3. The Value Problem for Permissivism
    Topics in Epistemology (Topic: Epistemic Rationality)
    Ethics of Belief. 
    Higher-Order Evidence. 
    Introduction to Epistemology 

   "Knowledge-Action Principles and Impurism"
        (Aug. 2019) NUS Epistemology Workshop, NUS, Singapore. 
   "It's Okay to Be Arbitrary"
        (Nov. 2018) Frontiers in Epistemology, Yonsei University, Korea.
        (Oct. 2018) NY-China Epistemologists Conference, Fordham University, US. 
        (Sep. 2018) Workshop on Kinds of Knowledge,  Zhejiang University, China. 
        (July 2018) Frontiers in Epistemology, Yonsei University, Korea. 
        (May 2018) Workshop on Ethics and Epistemology, Wuhan University, China. 
   "Uniqueness and Higher-Order Defeat" 
         (May 2018) USC-Shandong Workshop on Ethics and Epistemology, Shandong University, China. 
         (March 2018) Epistemology Reading Group, NYU-Shanghai, China. 
   "Uniqueness and the Value of Rationality"
         (May 2017) Young Philosophers Workshop, Nanjing University, China. 

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