Introduction, Social Epistemology 30(4), James Collier

SERRC —  May 20, 2016 — Leave a comment

Editor’s Note:

    Taylor & Francis, the publisher of Social Epistemology, has kindly agreed to make the full text of the introduction to each issue freely available.

The ceaseless, complex questions generated by the interaction between individuals and groups both fascinates and vexes scholars who identify knowledge as their object of study. The contributors to this issue of Social Epistemology deal in related ways with not only who participates in certain decision-making processes and why, but also how we discern what counts as desirable and effective ends given our efforts.. … please read the full text introduction …

Table of Contents for Social Epistemology 30(4)

“The Unilateralist’s Curse and the Case for a Principle of Conformity”, Nick Bostrom, Thomas Douglas and Anders Sandberg.
Last entry, to date, in the exchange on this article, on the SERRC.

“Being Expert: L’Aquila and Issues of Inclusion in Science-Policy Decision Making”, Danielle DeVasto.

“Epistemic Consequences of Bibliometrics-based Evaluation: Insights from the Scientific Community”, Tommaso Castellani, Emanuele Pontecorvo and Adriana Valence.
Last entry, to date, in the exchange on this article, on the SERRC.

“When Adam met Sally: The Transformative Potential of Sympathy”, Millicent Churcher.
Last entry, to date, in the exchange on this article, on the SERRC.

“Searle on Human Rights”, J. Angelo Corlett.

“Why did Feyerabend Defend Astrology? Integrity, Virtue, and the Authority of Science”, Ian James Kidd.
Last entry, to date, in the exchange on this article, on the SERRC.

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