Here’s a new paper by Adam, entitled Knowing What to Think About: When Epistemology Meets the Theory of Choice. Adam is the most recent addition to our list of contributors as well, and the paper, on my first cursory glance, appears to be about the issues involved in refusing to bracket desires and values when doing epistemology and refusing to bracket beliefs when doing decision theory. The essay is slated to appear in a new volume published by Oxford entitled Epistemology Futures, edited by Stephen Hetherington.
UPDATE: I’ve unlinked the paper temporarily; Adam is going to send a different version and would like it linked instead. I’ll note it when the new version is in place.
UPDATE: The new version is now in place, so the link works again.