Network Epistemology

Episteme 6 (2):221-229 (2009)
Abstract
A comparison is made between some epistemological issues arising in computer networks and standard features of social epistemology. A definition of knowledge for computational devices is provided and the topics of nonconceptual content and testimony are discussed
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DOI 10.3366/E1742360009000653
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