I’ve decided to coin a new phrase. Just heard a talk that convinced me we need it. The background is that a standard objection to many accounts of justification is that they imply that small children and animals have no justified beliefs. Think of Sellars, for example.
So forget the animals, and focus just on the small children version of the problem. When the view implies that small children can’t have justified beliefs, we should call the view guilty of . . . epistemic infanticide.