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The future of social epistemology : a collective vision / edited by James H. Collier [and others].

Contributor(s): Collier, James H, 1961- [editor.] | , D'Agostino, Fred | , Leach, Joan | , Remedios, Francis | , Pedersen, David Budtz | , Hamati-Ataya, Inanna | , Norrie, Stephen | , Dieleman, Susan | , Navarro, María G | , Simbürger, Elisabeth | , Evenden, Martin | , Sandstrom, Gregory | , Reider, Patrick J | , Axtell, Guy | , Olson, Philip R | , Riggio, Adam | , Kerr, Eric | , Matheson, Jonathan | , West, Mark Douglas | , Vähämaa, Miika | , Rishani, Diana | , Medvecky, Fabien | , Williams, Pedro Saez | , Cabrera, Laura | , Davis, William | , Orozco, Melissa | , Craddock, Emma | , Peake, Victoria | , Fuller, Steve | , Lipinska, Veronika | , Whitaker, Emilie.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Collective studies in knowledge and society.Publisher: London ; New York : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2016]Copyright date: ©2016Description: xiv, 285 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781783482658 (cloth : alkaline paper); 9781783482665 (paperback : alkaline paper).Subject(s): Social epistemology | Knowledge, Theory of | Knowledge, Sociology ofDDC classification: 121
Contents:
Part 1: Conducting Social Epistemology. How Can We Collectivize a Set of Visions about Social Epistemology? -- A Comic Moment for Social Epistemology -- Knowing Humanity in the Social World: A Social Epistemology Collective Vision? -- A Social Epistemology for Scientific Excellence -- From Social Epistemology to Reflexive Sociology -- The Politics of Social Epistemology. Part 2: Extending Conceptions of Knowing. Metaphor and Social Epistemology -- Memetics versus Human Extension: Round Two -- A "Dialectical Moment": Desire and the Commodity of Knowledge -- Navigating the Dialectics of Objectivity -- Epistemic Burdens and the Value of Ignorance -- Feeling Knowledge: The Future of Critical Knowledge Production in the New Age of Corporate Universities and the Renegade Generation of Researchers. Part 3: Regarding The Individual and the Collective. Are You Thinking What We're Thinking? Collective Visions, Group Knowledge, and Extended Minds -- Disagreement and the Ethics of Belief -- Doxastic Involuntarism, Attentional Voluntarism, and Social Epistemology -- Empirical Social Epistemology: Addressing the Normativity of Social Forces -- On Feminist Epistemology: The Fallibility of Gendered Science -- The Cost of Being Known: Economics, Science Communication, and Epistemic Justice -- Social Epistemology, Dialectics, and Horizontal Normativity: An Introduction to the Theory of Natural Authority. Part 4: Envisioning Our Human Future. Visioneering Our Future -- Dreaming the Future: What It Means to be Human -- Human Enhancement: Visual Representation and the Production of Knowledge -- Is Transhumanism Gendered? The Road from Haraway -- Beyond Black and Green: Children Visioneering the Future -- Prolegomena for a Theory of Justice for a Proactionary Age.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part 1: Conducting Social Epistemology. How Can We Collectivize a Set of Visions about Social Epistemology? -- A Comic Moment for Social Epistemology -- Knowing Humanity in the Social World: A Social Epistemology Collective Vision? -- A Social Epistemology for Scientific Excellence -- From Social Epistemology to Reflexive Sociology -- The Politics of Social Epistemology. Part 2: Extending Conceptions of Knowing. Metaphor and Social Epistemology -- Memetics versus Human Extension: Round Two -- A "Dialectical Moment": Desire and the Commodity of Knowledge -- Navigating the Dialectics of Objectivity -- Epistemic Burdens and the Value of Ignorance -- Feeling Knowledge: The Future of Critical Knowledge Production in the New Age of Corporate Universities and the Renegade Generation of Researchers. Part 3: Regarding The Individual and the Collective. Are You Thinking What We're Thinking? Collective Visions, Group Knowledge, and Extended Minds -- Disagreement and the Ethics of Belief -- Doxastic Involuntarism, Attentional Voluntarism, and Social Epistemology -- Empirical Social Epistemology: Addressing the Normativity of Social Forces -- On Feminist Epistemology: The Fallibility of Gendered Science -- The Cost of Being Known: Economics, Science Communication, and Epistemic Justice -- Social Epistemology, Dialectics, and Horizontal Normativity: An Introduction to the Theory of Natural Authority. Part 4: Envisioning Our Human Future. Visioneering Our Future -- Dreaming the Future: What It Means to be Human -- Human Enhancement: Visual Representation and the Production of Knowledge -- Is Transhumanism Gendered? The Road from Haraway -- Beyond Black and Green: Children Visioneering the Future -- Prolegomena for a Theory of Justice for a Proactionary Age.

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