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Episteme

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Social epistemology journal Episteme will move to Cambridge University Press in 2012 with a broader remit and an increase in frequency to four issues per year. The journal has, in its first eight years, pioneered the field of social epistemology, says the publisher. From 2012, it plans to widen its scope to encompass epistemology as a whole, while simultaneously championing the subfield.