Special Issue 4: “Social Epistemology and Technology”, edited by Frank Scalambrino

SERRC —  March 10, 2017 — 11 Comments

In this Special Issue, our contributors share their perspectives on how technology has changed what it means to be human and to be a member of a human society. These articles speak to issues raised in Frank Scalambrino’s edited book Social Epistemology and Technology: Toward Public Self-Awareness Regarding Technological Mediation.

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Special Issue 4: “Social Epistemology and Technology”, edited by Frank Scalambrino

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