Social epistemology: What’s in it for psychologists?

Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology 9 (2):2-10 (1989)
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Social epistemology is an interdisciplinary project that mobilizes the empirical resources of the "sociology of knowledge" for the purposes of informing a normative philosophy of science. Thus, the social epistemologist gives informed advice on how inquiry should be conducted. Because of its prescriptive character, social epistemology is nowadays most naturally seen as a branch of philosophy. This paper is part of a larger project devoted to removing the obstacles that currently prevent philosophers and psychologists from pooling their resources in the cause of social epistemology. 2012 APA, all rights reserved)



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