ORCiD: 0000-0002-5177-508X

An applied epistemology of disagreement (EoD) should start with disagreements, in all their variety and detail, and theorize their epistemic significance. The recent literature on EoD has, to a considerable extent, treated an attenuated range of disagreements as epistemically significant, and focused on what would matter epistemically about that limited and rather unrepresentative class of cases. This chapter reviews aspects of the EoD literature that are plausibly barriers to an applied epistemology, before turning to conjectures on what an applied version would look like.