Related to my interest in learning are longstanding questions, for me and within epistemology, of knowledge.

> How do we know? By what means, what trust?

> How can we use knowledge for social change?

> Who has access to knowing, and what is the relation between knowledge and justice?

Such questions draw me in, keep me up late.

Greco (2010) claims "that knowledge is a kind of success from ability" or success through [intellectual] virtue. Understood in this way, knowledge has normative framings with many implications for how communities (e.g. Universities) learn, what is respected as knowledge (vs. opinion). Greco's work is especially salient is these times of epistemological uncertainty.

— John Greco. Achieving Knowledge: A Virtue-Theoretic Account of Epistemic Normativity