Can social diversity be best incorporated into science by adopting the social value management ideal?

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    The social value management ideal is an alternative to the value-free ideal of science. It recommends that the role of non-epistemic values in scientific inquiry is analyzed, criticized, and judged as either acceptable or unacceptable by a scientific community which satisfies certain conditions. I defend the social value management ideal by responding to two objections, one suggesting that the ideal is not capable of incorporating all the diversity that is epistemically beneficial in science, and another one suggesting that the ideal is too generous to the kind of diversity which is problematic from a moral and political point of view.
    Originalspråkengelska
    Titel på gästpublikationCurrent Controversies in Values and Science
    RedaktörerKevin C. Elliott, Daniel Steel
    Antal sidor17
    UtgivningsortNew York
    FörlagRoutledge
    Utgivningsdatum31 mar 2017
    Sidor113-129
    ISBN (tryckt)978-1-138-19328-4
    ISBN (elektroniskt)978-1-315-63942-0, 978-1-317-27399-8
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    StatusPublicerad - 31 mar 2017
    MoE-publikationstypA3 Del av bok eller annan forskningsbok

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    Rolin, K. (2017). Can social diversity be best incorporated into science by adopting the social value management ideal? I K. C. Elliott, & D. Steel (Red.), Current Controversies in Values and Science (s. 113-129). New York : Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315639420-8
    Rolin, Kristina. / Can social diversity be best incorporated into science by adopting the social value management ideal?. Current Controversies in Values and Science. redaktör / Kevin C. Elliott ; Daniel Steel. New York : Routledge, 2017. s. 113-129
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    Rolin K. Can social diversity be best incorporated into science by adopting the social value management ideal? I Elliott KC, Steel D, redaktörer, Current Controversies in Values and Science. New York : Routledge. 2017. s. 113-129 https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315639420-8