By Susann Wagenknecht
This publication investigates how collaborative clinical perform yields medical wisdom. At a time whilst so much of today’s clinical wisdom is created in examine teams, the writer reconsiders the social personality of technological know-how to handle the query of even if collaboratively created wisdom can be regarded as collective fulfillment, and if this is the case, during which feel. Combining philosophical research with qualitative empirical inquiry, this publication presents a comparative case research of mono- and interdisciplinary study teams, delivering perception into the day by day perform of scientists. The e-book comprises box observations and interviews with scientists to give an empirically-grounded viewpoint on much-debated questions pertaining to learn teams’ department of work, relatives of epistemic dependence and trust.
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In addition to interviews, I also conducted ethnographic fieldwork. At no point throughout my field work did I encounter a situation that resembled one of those examples that Margaret Gilbert uses to illustrate what she calls “collective belief ” (Gilbert, 1987), the concept which inspired the collectivist approach to research group collaboration (see also Chap. 9). 26 2 Research Groups Second, the individualist approach appears more parsimonious and fine-grained, remaining open to the diversity of research group collaboration.
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A Social Epistemology of Research Groups by Susann Wagenknecht