Knowledge Without Expertise

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This book critically examines the reliance of society on experts, specifically attacking the notion of the privilege of scientific expertise and defining the politics of this intellectual discourse. The extensive case material illustrates the consequences of claims of expert knowledge. Sassower questions the perception that scientific controversies are focused on epistemological concerns and demonstrates how the debates are often politically motivated. He proposes pedagogical models that would enhance the critical tools of ...

Knowledge Without Expertise 1993, State University of New York Press, Albany, NY

ISBN-13: 9780791414811

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