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Thomas Basboll (2005). Configuring the Usage: The Social Epistemologist as a Postmodern Grammarian.

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    The Supplementary Clerk: Social Epistemology as a Vocation.Thomas Basbøll - 2012 - Social Epistemology 26 (3-4):435-451.
    The production and circulation of scholarly texts have long been at the center of the theoretical concerns of social epistemologists. In this essay, Foucault?s notion of an ?archive,? a set of practices that operates between the corpus and the language to produce ?statements,? is used to identify a site for a practicing (as distinct from theorizing) social epistemologist. By supporting the efforts of researchers to publish their work, and hence participate in the conversations that define their area of expertise, social (...)
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