Thinking Epistemically about Experts and Publics: A Response to Selinger
Evan Selinger’s review nicely captures the main concerns of my collection of essays, The Politics of Expertise. He raises an important question that is touched on in several essays but not fully developed: the problem of getting expert knowledge possessed by academics into something like public discussion or the public domain. This is of course only a part of the problem of expertise and the larger problem of knowledge in society. But it can be approached in more detail than was done in the book, in terms of the basic ideas of the book, and I will try to do that here. Much of what I will say deals with issues I have addressed in other places, so I will, rather tiresomely, cite myself, for those who wish more elaboration.
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Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, v. 3, issue 9, p. 36-43
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Turner, Stephen, "Thinking Epistemically about Experts and Publics: A Response to Selinger" (2014). Philosophy Faculty Publications. 25.