Patrick Bondy (McMaster University) "Epistemic Circularity"
Bondy looks at track record arguments (arguments wherein one cites one's successful beliefs to support further beliefs–I have a good track record, so I'm right). Seems right to think such arguments are circular, and hence bad. But not everyone agrees. Some (Alston, Bergmann) think you can have virtuous circular arguments (we've discussed this before). But, Bondy argues, their accounts collapse under their own weight.