The list below represents the eight most viewed pieces published on the SERRC in 2020. These pieces reflect the extraordinary range of genres, topics, and authors we have the great privilege to support. In one case, our readers referred to our project “In and Beyond the Era of COVID-19” that contains many essays. In another case, our readers sought out the table of contents of Joseph Agassi’s book Academic Agonies and How to Avoid Them which we had the pleasure of publishing in October. And, finally, our readers benefitted from the opportunity we had to repost a piece by Steve Fuller from the Lifeboat Foundation.
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❧ Tyson, Charlie and Naomi Oreskes. 2020. “The American University, the Politics of Professors and the Narrative of ‘Liberal Bias’.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 9 (8): 14-32.
❧ Rosenberg, Alex. 2020. “Scientism Versus the Theory of Mind.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 9 (1): 48-57.
❧ Table of Contents, Academic Agonies and How to Avoid Them, Joseph Agassi.
❧ Steve Fuller’s “When a Virus Goes Viral — Life with COVID-19” appeared originally on the Lifeboat Foundation’s website.
❧ Torcello, Lawrence. 2020. “Science Denial, Pseudoskepticism, and Philosophical Deficits Undermining Public Understanding of Science: A Response to Sharon E. Mason.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 9 (9): 1-9.
❧ Gunn, Hanna Kiri. 2020. “Reflections on Boundary Work on Social Epistemology.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 9 (8): 1-12.
❧ Breshani, Sindi. 2020. “Inside a Game: Using Games as a Metaphor for Deconstructing the Oppressive Nature of Reality.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 9 (1): 1-7.