Volume 12, Issue 1, 1-77, January 2023 Articles, Replies, and Reviews ❧ Riggio, Adam. 2023.
Muki Haklay’s (2022) response, “Is Convergent Realism an Appropriate Method for Evaluating Ethics?”, to my article “The Method of Convergent Realism” (2022) did not criticize the method’s application to the natural sciences or mathematics, but raised three challenges to the suggestion that the… Read More ›
This article serves an invited response to Chris Santos-Lang’s “The Method of Convergent Realism” (2022). I respond from a social constructionist position, mixed with critical realism, that challenges some of the premises of Santos-Lang’s paper. I question if the use… Read More ›
Volume 11, Issue 1, 1-49, January 2022 Audio Interview ❦ Watson, Lani. 2021. “Interview on The Right To Know: Epistemic Rights and Why We Need Them.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective interviewed by Daniella Meehan. Recorded 15 December. Three… Read More ›
Step 3: Provision of Means by which New Discoveries will Force Retesting Science, mathematics, and ethics each have a history in which some claims which were tested many lifetimes ago are now considered outdated. New background assumptions became available, and… Read More ›
This essay seeks to advance a discussion to meet the needs of designers of technologies–including of institutions–which are meant to help users accurately answer questions about reality, including questions about nature and morality. Specifically, it helps clarify the list of… Read More ›