Promoting disinterestedness or making use of bias? Interests and moral obligation in commercialized research


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In: M. Carrier, D. Howard & J. Kourany (eds), Science and the Social: Knowledge, Epistemic Demands, and Social Values, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press (im Erscheinen).
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