Our thesis in this paper is that consideration of Wright’s account of what it is to be judgement-dependent leads us to the conclusion that teaching is judgement dependent. We begin with a consideration of Wright’s account of what it is to be judgement-dependent. We then make the case that teaching satisfies the conditions on what it is to be judgement-dependent. Our intention is not to delve into the independent plausibility of such a view. Our focus is simply on showing the connection between Wright’s account of judgement-dependence and what it is to teach.
Tallant, J., & Fisher, A. (2020). Might Teaching Be Judgement Dependent?. Philosophia, 48, 777–787. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11406-019-00130-3