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ISSN 0269-1728, Online ISSN: 1464-5297
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Introduction to social epistemology in Japan
The Science Wars: who exactly is the enemy?
Japan's reception of science in the light of social epistemology
Social epistemology as risk management of technoscience: the rationale and a model of democratization of science
The logic of intervention in knowledge production
In defense of expertise; on its location in social epistemology
Response to the Japanese social epistemologists: some ways forward for the 21st century
Wittgenstein's anthropologism in logic, philosophy, and the social sciences
A revisionist history of the Scientific Revolution
Shapin's The Scientific Revolution: what will philosophers find?
Wray, K. Brad