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Embedding philosophers in the practices of science: bringing humanities to the sciences

Nancy Tuana
2012 Synthese  
This essay advances a proposal for developing deeper and wider interdisciplinary research in the sciences through coupled ethical-epistemological research.  ...  and methods, offering resources for identifying the ethical implications of research decisions, and providing a lens for identifying the questions that are ignored, under-examined, and rendered invisible  ...  My thanks to Klaus Keller for many productive interactions that led me to an appreciation of coupled epistemic-ethical issues in the context of climate science.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-012-0171-2 fatcat:bb3ex2mhxngvxk6onkngalhwuq

A Critical Overview of Plato's Epistemology in Dialectic of Meno

Wadigala S
2021 Philosophy International Journal  
Otherwise, a few technical terminologies have been utilized continuously in the Meno like, 'epistêmê,' 'doxa.' The Meno's Paradoxa could stimulate subjective morphemes tremendously.  ...  Plato's epistemology precisely seems that a prospective analysis of human knowledge and virtue.  ...  In the Meno, the proper answer would seem obvious: episteme or epistemology is the knowledge utilizing virtue that can teach.  ... 
doi:10.23880/phij-16000162 fatcat:fa26httofre4ljth3qlmmpwd6u

Meaning and value in medical school curricula

Wendy Lipworth, Ian Kerridge, Miles Little, Jill Gordon, Pippa Markham
2012 Journal of Evaluation In Clinical Practice  
Method: Curriculum analysis: Thirty-two prominent ethics and professionalism curricula were identified through a database search and were analysed thematically.  ...  We aimed to identify ethical and professional concerns that do not appear to be adequately addressed in standard curricula by comparing ethics curricula with themes that emerged from a qualitative study  ...  Methods Our study consisted of two components-an analysis of current curricula in ethics and professionalism, and an analysis of data obtained in a qualitative study of doctors' personal and professional  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2753.2012.01912.x pmid:22995003 fatcat:ipudy2reo5d5hb6nk5pd4mjafi

Reflecting on the use and abuse of scientific data facilitates students' ethical and epistemological development

Susan M. Howitt, Anna N. Wilson
2018 Science Education  
We provide evidence of significant transitions in students' thinking, suggesting that reflection on these issues may lead to substantial epistemological and ethical development.  ...  in relation to data.  ...  The analysis proceeded in several stages.  ... 
doi:10.1002/sce.21333 fatcat:3wil4y7twva2bkbmz42yfjoetq

Environmental Literacy in Science and Society: From Knowledge to Decisions. By Roland W. Scholz. Cambridge University Press: New York, USA, 2011; Hardback, 631 pp; ISBN 978-0-521-19271-2; Paperback, ISBN 978-0-521-18333-8

Ralph Hansmann
2012 Sustainability  
In addition, it presents an original framework for the analysis of HES in which these are seen as inextricably coupled transactional systems.  ...  It presents a historical analysis, and modern explanations, of crucial concepts and developments regarding environmental literacy in science and society.  ...  In addition, it presents an original framework for the analysis of HES in which these are seen as inextricably coupled transactional systems.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su4050863 fatcat:k4ucqr2qinc2najvtsynqekobm

Nature of "STEM"?

Sibel Erduran
2020 Science & Education  
The author illustrates the shortcomings in the ways that HPS is often used in school science, and points to how knowledge of previous pandemics might help in teaching about COVID-19.  ...  The complex nature of both teaching computational thinking and biological evolution are illustrated in a concrete learning progression.  ...  Compliance with ethical standards Conflict of Interest The author declares no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11191-020-00150-6 pmid:32836878 pmcid:PMC7380498 fatcat:kab2vx3wqndgzl2qgaue6sbndu

Promoting professional development in medical education: perspectives from the Norwegian medical school in Tromsoe

Sylvi Stenersen Hovdenak, Eline F. Wiese
2018 Society, Health & Vulnerability  
The article problematizes and discusses these concepts in relation to the Aristotelian concepts of episteme, techne and phronesis.  ...  The data presented builds on the students' perspectives on phronesis as a form of knowledge in medical education.  ...  Calman (2006) claimed that the teaching of physicians in the making may be characterised in two ways: as technical training, which implies episteme and techne, or as medical education, which integrates  ... 
doi:10.1080/20021518.2018.1451174 fatcat:sszyxgqczbgfzmtlybriwenaou

Philosophy of and as interdisciplinarity

Michael H. G. Hoffmann, Jan C. Schmidt, Nancy J. Nersessian
2012 Synthese  
"A coupled ethical-epistemic analysis," Tuana writes, "would render transparent the epistemic decisions regarding reliability and robustness of this data, examine the question of an adequate decision process  ...  Rendering "these values transparent and examining their coupled ethical-epistemic significance" can lead to "better science both in the traditional science of advancing knowledge by building on and adding  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-012-0214-8 fatcat:3vdiy4ctircbtdmyasqbimptz4

Tongue-Tied: Rawls, Political Philosophy and Metalinguistic Awareness

YAEL PELED, MATTEO BONOTTI
2016 American Political Science Review  
We then move to consider the resulting epistemic challenges and opportunities facing contemporary multilingual democratic societies in an age of increased mobility, arguing for the consequent imperative  ...  We therefore set out to explore the possible influence of linguistic relativity effects on political thinking in linguistically diverse societies.  ...  Lastly and relatedly, as we argue in the next section, the teaching and learning of a shared civic language does not prevent (and, in fact, should be accompanied by) the teaching and learning of other  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0003055416000393 fatcat:dapwzdqo3jeoxhkn6lnpsyviky

Does environmental science crowd out non-epistemic values?

Kinley Gillette, S. Andrew Inkpen, C. Tyler DesRoches
2021 Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A  
While no one denies that science depends on epistemic values, many philosophers of science have wrestled with the appropriate role of non-epistemic values, such as social, ethical, and political values  ...  In each case, critics charge that the scientific practice in question displaces non-epistemic values in at least one of the two senses distinguished above.  ...  goals" of collaborations, or Inkpen and DesRoches' (2020) analysis of the predictive and explanatory benefits of coupled, ecological-economic models.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.shpsa.2021.01.008 pmid:34111825 fatcat:ogrozsqvxfghtaszxhebncqmbe

Biobanks and bioethics: the politics of legitimation

Brian Salter, Mavis Jones
2005 Journal of European Public Policy  
bio ethics teaching in modern medical schools.  ...  The analysis has three parts.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13501760500160623 fatcat:vqqcq27csjgyhldjcjsral3gsq

Introduction: Purpose, outline and contribution of the book [chapter]

Carina America, Nazeem Edwards, Maureen Robinson
2020 Teacher Education for Transformative Agency: Critical perspectives on design, content and pedagogy  
In the first, Carina America reflects on the notion of business ethics in the subject Business Studies Teaching.  ...  Practical issues are highlighted to illustrate the importance of ethical sensitivity in the Business Studies Teaching module.  ... 
doi:10.18820/9781928480938/01 fatcat:eihuzvj33zfc7ix6dn7u46ap4i

Ethics and the UN Sustainable Development Goals: The Case for Comprehensive Engineering

Jeroen van den Hoven
2016 Science and Engineering Ethics  
of these systems, including an ethical and social perspective.  ...  Comprehensive engineering implies ethical coherence, consilience of scientific disciplines, and cooperation between parties.  ...  distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11948-016-9862-2 pmid:28028778 fatcat:3mcpnobqqfaatkutpggqktrs7u

Page 2016 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 88, Issue 5 [page]

2001 Psychological Abstracts  
of the ethics of psychological research in Canada.  ...  Family Journal-Counseling & Therapy for Couples & Families, 2001(Jan), Vol 9(1), 43-46.  ... 

On decolonisation and internationalisation of university curricula: What can we learn from Rosi Braidotti?

Petro du Preez
2018 Journal of Education  
In conclusion, I argue that in the light of debates about decolonisation and internationalisation, the ontology, epistemology and the ethics of undergraduate university curricula should be placed under  ...  the magnifying glass since such an endeavour has the potential to bring about deep transformation in higher education institutions.  ...  In addition, she argues that should we aim to address epistemic injustices, we should think of the epistemic and the ethical as two sides of the same coin.  ... 
doi:10.17159/2520-9868/i74a02 fatcat:5ndggurs5zgszos6lft4er2zr4
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