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    Cutting the Trees of Knowledge: Social Software, Information Architecture and Their Epistemic Consequences.Michael Schiltz, Frederik Truyen & Hans Coppens - 2007 - Thesis Eleven 89 (1):94-114.
    This article inquires whether and to which degree some fundamental traits of the World Wide Web may encourage us to revise traditional conceptions of what constitutes scientific information and knowledge. Turning to arguments for `open access' in scientific publishing and its derivatives (open content, open archives, etc.), contemporary tendencies in `social software' and knowledge sharing, the authors project a new look on knowledge, dissociated with linear notions of cumulation, progression, and hierarchy (e.g. of scientific argument), but related to circularity, heterarchy, (...)
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    Connectivity is not Enough. Socially Networked Professional Environments and Epistemic Norms.Frederik Truyen & Filip Buekens - unknown
    With the help of key normative concepts borrowed from social epistemology and work on epistemic duties and norms of justification we want to clarify what is at the core of learning mediated through testimony. In socially networked professional contexts, assessment of the epistemic reliability of networked information is important: justification of knowledge acquired via the word of others has an intrinsic social and normative dimension. Whereas the former has been largely taken into account in today’s learning theories based on social (...)
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    Did Frege really have a logicist conception of functionality?Frederik Truyen - 1993 - In Werner Stelzner (ed.), Philosophie Und Logik: Frege-Kolloquien 1989 Und 1991. De Gruyter. pp. 97-107.