The new issue of EPISTEME, our first with CUP, is now available. Cambridge University PressCognitive scienceEPISTEMEEpistemologyKnowledgePhilosophy of mindsocial epistemologySocial SciencesStigmergy
Here is a draft of my entry for the SAGE Encyclopedia of Philosophy and the Social Sciences. Hayekuse of knowledge in society
Born on this day in 1899
Check out the very important work being done by Roger Koppl and his associate Jim Cowan of the Institute for Forensic Science Administration (for an accessible overview of Roger and Jim’s work see Roger’s Forbes interview from a few years back). To get a sense just how vital their work is consider the stats cited…
My collaborator Marge Doyle and I have set up a LinkedIn group for the many academic disciplines that now have an interest in stigmergy. Go to LinkedIn and search LinkedIn groups for “stigmergy.”
Here is the latest issue of EPISTEME guest edited by K. Brad Wray.
My talk “Knowledge Wants to be Free: From Hayek to the Hacker” for the 2010 Wirth Conference at Simon Fraser University October 15 & 16, 2010 on “Austrian Views on Experts & Epistemic Monopolies.” I think the talk went down OK. Good to see some old friends and make new friends. Thanks to Wirth for sponsoring the…
The Chronicle of Higher Education has picked up on a paper by Gloria Origgi published in a themed issue of Social Epistemology.