Predatory Grooming and Epistemology with Lauren Leydon-Hardy
Overview & Shownotes
Grooming is a practice used to lure victims into an exploitative relationship. The philosopher Lauren Leydon-Hardy explores the ways that predatory grooming can interfere with the very way that a person thinks about themselves and the world. She calls this form of harm “epistemic infringement.”
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Links to people and ideas mentioned in the show
- Lauren Leydon-Hardy, “Predatory Grooming and Epistemic Infringement“
- Forensic research psychologist Ian Elliott
- Rachel Denhollander’s testimony in the trial of Larry Nassar
Thanks to Evelyn Brosius for our logo. Music featured in the show:
“Single Still” by Blue Dot Sessions
“Cran Ras” by Blue Dot Sessions
Wisehart, Christiane and Leydon-Hardy, Lauren, "Predatory Grooming and Epistemology with Lauren Leydon-Hardy" (2023). Examining Ethics Podcast. 71, Scholarly and Creative Work from DePauw University.