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Process Reliabilism VS Virtue Reliabilism

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Transcript of Process Reliabilism VS Virtue Reliabilism

Process Reliabilism VS Virtue Reliabilism:
Round 1, Fight!
Historical Development of epistemology
through the lens of the image of networks
Bayesian
Goldman
Process Reliabilism
Guns don't Kill, people kill
Virtue Reliabilism Challanges Process Reliabilism
Virtue Reliabilism
Pritchard
Carter
STS
Individual Epistemology
Historical Development of epistemology
through the lens of the image of binary trees
Social Epistemology
Greco
Goldberg
Probability
[Kind of Bayesian]
[Kind of Bayesian]
[Kind of Bayesian]
Engineer
Philosophy of Mind
Epistemology can influence STS
STS can influence Epistemology
Technologies
Philosophy of science
Philosophy of technology
Philosophy of mind
Technologies don't choose, scholars choose
Joseph Pitt
Values in technology
Langdon Winner
STS
Van der
Ethics in Design
Post-phenomenology
Ihde
Peter-Paul Verbeek
Agency
Andrew Feenberg
Wiebe Bijker
Extended Mind
Miller & Record
Carter & Palermos
Phillip J. Nickel
Latour
Criticism: Verbeek on Latour
meta:
Translating bayesian mind map to a linear argument
citation maps basing my arguments

leading article > n citations in the field
[Leading articles in VR: authors, keywords]
[Leading articles in PR: authors, keywords]

the authors are clearly in the field since the leading article is part of their H index

Linear programming
Computer Science
Jasenhoff
Baird, D
Rothbart
Giere
Criticisn: Ciere on Knorr-Cetina
LHC
Distributed Cognition
Scientific Realism
Influence: extended mind, trust, testimony
Peter Galison
STS
Baysian???
Group Ontology
network vs individual influences
Humphries
Ethnographic field studies of distributed scientific research
tacit knowledge (Collins)
Moral Trust
Game theory: Blais 1987 (VS Frost Arnold 2014)
Bayesian influence
Influence on Trust (Miller & Freiman, forthcoming)
Influences ontology of group belief and group knowledge (Wray 2006, Bird and Lackey 2015)
Influences ethical consideration within philosophy of science regarding Who is an author and who is accountable for a scientific paper?
Kukla 2012; Hubener, Kukla and Weinsberg, Sismomdo
generation and dissemination of scientific knowledge
Kitcher 1990; Longino 2002; Hardwig 1985
Technological artifacts are capable of bearing knowledge or knowing
Cognitive processes can be extended to communities and technological artifacts
Limited to individual human cognition
Positions regarding knowledge and justification processes
Kusch
Collins
Bloor

Coady 1992, p. 268
Lackey 2008, p. 189
Green

Latour
Humphries
philosophy of technology
the impact of technological artifacts on human beings (Borgmann 1984; Winner 1986; Ihde 1990; Ihde 1993; Ihde 1998; Latour 1992b; Latour 1999) [verbeek]
Heideger
Testimony
Internalism/Externalism debate about justifications
e.g. Virtue epistemology, virtue reliabilism
and
philosophy of science

Selinger
Knowledge Types in Technology
Ropohl, G. 1997. Knowledge Types in Technology. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 7(1-2), pp. 65-72
Know-How
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