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What’s Wrong With CSI

I’ve had several requests to make this recent article available despite it still being freely available on the Forbes site (I know there have been some annoying pop-up advertisement windows.) Anyway, check out Roger’s co-authored article for EPISTEME on this topic: Epistemics for Forensics.    Forensic evidence doesn’t always tell the truth. Forensic evidence is foolproof,…

The Contemporary Relevance of The Sensory Order

I’m pleased to discover that there’s a discussion going on at the blog The Austrian Economists relating to a posting by Steve Horwitz. Other luminaries such as Roger Koppl have chimed in. For the past year I’ve been working on a paper on the contemporary relevance of The Sensory Order – hence my keen interest. 

Epistemics for Forensics

Roger Koppl has a column on forensics in the latest issue of Forbes. Reason Magazine has also picked up the story. Roger also has an article “Epistemics for Forensics” coming out in the next issue of EPISTEME (5:2). The paper addresses problems of erroneous criminal verdicts that arise from the structure of the relationship between forensic…