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A Social Epistemology of Research Groups


An Epistemology of Research GroupsEmpirical Insights for PhilosophyScientists as Reflective PractitionersOverviewReferencesResearch GroupsThe PhenomenonIndividualism or Collectivism?Excourse: Interdisciplinary Research GroupsConclusionReferencesMethodEngaging Empirical Insights in PhilosophyA Qualitative Case StudyInterviewing ScientistsStructuring Empirical InsightsA Short Note on Writing Empirical PhilosophyReferencesThe Planetary Science GroupTuesday Morning MeetingsGroup CharacterizationIndividual InterviewsAdam: 'I could work alone'Laura: 'You have to be a knowledge base on your own'The Molecular Biology LaboratoryWednesday MorningsGroup CharacterizationInterview VoicesJohan: 'I'm the memory'Martin: 'The template was not there'ReferencesDivision of LaborPhilosophical PerspectivesComplementary CollaborationParallel CollaborationComparisonConclusionReferencesEpistemic DependenceTheoretical GroundworkBelief-Belief Relations and BeyondFirst and Second-Order ReasonsEpistemic AsymmetriesOpaque and Translucent DependenceOpaque DependenceTranslucent DependenceThe Gray ZoneConclusionReferencesEpistemic TrustTheoretical GroundworkThe Tentative Character of Epistemic TrustBuilding Trust through DialogingResorting to Impersonal TrustMinimizing Trust in Co-authorshipBy Comparison: The Molecular Biology LabConclusionReferencesCollaboration and Collective KnowledgeApproaches to Collective KnowledgeNon-summative Belief and Joint CommitmentIrreducibly Collective JustificationConclusionReferencesConcluding Remarks
 
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