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An Ideal Case for Accountability Mechanisms, the Unity of Epistemic and Democratic Concerns, and Skepticism About Moral Expertise, Kjartan Koch Mikalsen

Author information: Kjartan Koch Mikalsen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, kjartan.mikalsen@ntnu.no. Mikalsen, Kjartan Koch. “An Ideal Case for Accountability Mechanisms, the Unity of Epistemic and Democratic Concerns, and Skepticism About Moral Expertise.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 7, no. 1… Read More ›

Reflections on Problems, Politics and Knowledge: Replies to the Discussants of ‘Democratic Problem-Solving’, Justin Cruickshank, Part 2

Author Information: Justin Cruickshank, University of Birmingham, j.cruickshank@bham.ac.uk Cruickshank, Justin. “Reflections on Problems, Politics and Knowledge: Replies to the Discussants of Democratic Problem-Solving.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 6, no. 12 (2017): 25-38. Please refer to: Bacevic, Jana. “Solving the Democratic… Read More ›

Reflections on Problems, Politics and Knowledge: Replies to the Discussants of ‘Democratic Problem-Solving’, Justin Cruickshank, Part 1

Author Information: Justin Cruickshank, University of Birmingham, j.cruickshank@bham.ac.uk Cruickshank, Justin. “Reflections on Problems, Politics and Knowledge: Replies to the Discussants of Democratic Problem-Solving.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 6, no. 12 (2017): 25-38. Please refer to: Bacevic, Jana. “Solving the Democratic… Read More ›

Max Weber’s Triad —Status, Class and Party—in Light of Brexit: A Call to Party Harder, Steve Fuller

Author Information: Steve Fuller, University of Warwick, S.W.Fuller@warwick.ac.uk Shortlink: http://wp.me/p1Bfg0-36Q Editor’s Note: This piece originally appeared on the UK-based Sociological Imagination website. Please refer to: “The Larger Lessons of Intergenerational Conflict from the Brexit Vote”, Steve Fuller “The Emerging Lessons… Read More ›