A More Social Epistemology: Decision Vectors, Epistemic Fairness, and Consensus in Solomon's Social Empiricism

@article{Wylie2008AMS,
  title={A More Social Epistemology: Decision Vectors, Epistemic Fairness, and Consensus in Solomon's Social Empiricism},
  author={Alison Wylie},
  journal={Perspectives on Science},
  year={2008},
  volume={16},
  pages={237-240}
}
  • Alison Wylie
  • Published 13 July 2008
  • Psychology
  • Perspectives on Science
Solomon has made the case, in Social Empicism (2001) for socially naturalized analysis of the dynamics of scientific inquiry that takes seriously two critical insights: that scientific rationality is contingent, disunified, and socially emergent; and that scientific progress is often fostered by factors traditionally regarded as compromising sources of bias. While elements of this framework are widely shared, Solomon intends it to be more resolutely social, more thoroughly naturalizing, and… 

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