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Community assembly, coexistence and the environmental filtering metaphor
It is suggested that the evidence used in many studies to assess environmental filtering is insufficient to distinguish filtering from the outcome of biotic interactions, and a simple framework for considering the role of the environment in shaping community membership is presented.
Knowledge Management Foundations
From the Publisher: Knowledge Management Foundations is just what it claims, the first attempt to provide a secure intellectual footing for the myriad practices called "knowledge management" (KM). A
Kuhn vs. Popper: The Struggle for the Soul of Science
In Search of the Causes of a Non-EventKuhn and Popper: A Case of Mistaken IdentitiesPopperian Suspicions and Kuhnian VindicationWe've Been Here Before: The Prehistory of the DebateDialectics as the
The New Sociological Imagination
PART ONE: DESPERATELY SEEKING SOCIOLOGY IN THE 21ST CENTURY Tales of the Academic Undead The Mysterious Disappearance of Society The Social Sciences at Risk A Brief History of the Stakes Socialism as
The governance of science : ideology and the future of the open society
Part 1 The political and material conditions of scientific inquiry: science as the open society and its ideological deformations the role of scale in the scope of scientific governance. Part 2 The
Philosophy, Rhetoric, and the End of Knowledge: The Coming of Science and Technology Studies
Steve Fuller argues that the methods used in the emerging discipline of science and technology studies (STS) are potential tools for breaking down communication barriers that exist between
Disciplinary Boundaries and the Rhetoric of the Social Sciences
In this paper, I argue that the rhetorical character of disciplinary boundaries in the social sciences provides an especially good context for examining the embodiment of knowledge as a source of
Philosophy, Rhetoric, and the End of Knowledge: A New Beginning for Science and Technology Studies
Contents: Introduction 2003. The More Things Remain the Same, the More They Change. Part I: The Players and the Position. The Players: STS, Rhetoric, Social Epistemology. The Position: