On Identifying Plausibility and Deliberative Public Policy
- René Von Schomberg
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The identification of plausible epistemic approaches in science as well as the social problem definitions with which scientists implicitly work is essential for the quality of a deliberative public policy. While responding to the Nanofutures project, I will reflect on the essential elements of such a policy.
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- On Identifying Plausibility and Deliberative Public Policy
Science and Engineering Ethics
Volume 17, Issue 4 , pp 739-742
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- 1. European Commission, DG Research, Office SDME 3/22, 1049, Brussels, Belgium