Information Philosophie 4:52-57 (2017)

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Monika Kirloskar-Steinbach
VU University Amsterdam
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This short essay applies some core assumptions of critical social epistemology to the production of (cross-cultural) knowledge.
Keywords critical social epistemology  feminist theory  cross-cultural philosophy  knowledge production
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