Interests and Epistemic Integrity in Science: A New Framework to Assess Interest Influences in Scientific Research Processes

Lexington Books (2016)
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This book aims to distinguish acceptable from unacceptable interest influences in science. Jan De Winter criticizes existing views on the integrity of science and the roles of financial, political, and other interests in science, and develops an alternative view to shed new light on cases from medical science, aerospace science, climate science, and biology.



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