An international team of contributors offers a ‘collective vision’, one that speaks to what they see unfolding and how to plan and conduct the dialogue and work leading to a knowable and desirable world. The book describes and advances an intellectual agenda for the future of social epistemology.
Epilogue / Notes on Contributors / Index
Thomas Basbøll, Writing Consultant, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark; Laura Cabrera, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, National Centre for Neuroethics, University of British Columbia, Canada; Emma Craddock, Postgraduate Research Student, Sociology and Social Policy, University of Nottingham, UK; William Davis, Doctoral Candidate, Science and Technology in Society, Virginia Tech University, USA; Susan Dieleman, Assistant Professor, Philosophy, Dalhoisie University, USA; Martin Evenden, Assistant Professor, English, National Taichung University of Education, Taiwan; Steve Fuller, Professor, Sociology, University of Warwick, UK; Inanna Hamati-Ataya, Reader in International Politics, Aberystwyth University, UK; Eric Kerr, Postdoctoral Fellow, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore; Joan Leach, Associate Professor, School of English, Media Studies and Art History University of Queensland, Australia; Veronika Lipinska, independent scholar, UK; Carlo Martini, Postdoctoral Researcher, Finnish Centre of Excellence in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Finland; Jonathan Matheson, Assistant Professor Philosophy, University of North Florida, USA; Fabien Medvecky, Faculty Member, University of Otago, Centre for Science Communication, New Zealand; María G. Navarro, Postdoctoral Researcher, Spanish Council for Scientific Research; Stephen Norrie, Lecturer, Loughborough University, UK; Phil Olson, Assistant Professor, Science and Technology in Society, Virginia Tech University, USA; Melissa Orozco, Psychology Faculty, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Mexico; Victoria Peake, Graduate Student, Sociology, University of Warwick, UK; David Budtz Pedersen, Co-Director and Research Fellow at the Humanomics Research Centre, University of Copenhagen, and Strategic Adviser to the Danish Ministry of Science, Aarhus University, Denmark; Patrick J. Reider, Instructor, Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh, USA; Francis Remedios, Independent Researcher, Canada; Adam Riggio, Professional Teacher and Writer of Philosophy, Novelist, McMaster University, Canada; Diana Rishani, Research Assistant at United Nations Population Fund, American University Beirut, Lebanon; Gregory Sandstrom, Post-Doctoral Researcher, European Humanities University, Lithuania; Elisabeth Simbürger, Faculty Member, Universidad Valparaíso, Valparaíso de Chile; Miika Vähämaa, Researcher, University of Helsinki, Finland; Mark West, Professor, Mass Communication, University of North Carolina, Asheville, USA; Emilie Whitaker, Doctoral Researcher, University of Birmingham. UK; Pedro Saez Williams, Doctoral Candidate, University of Warwick, UK