Political epistemology is a research project about how politics frames the questions of knowledge. It is also a strategic activity to make the production of truth meaningful, ethically valuable, and politically emancipatory here and now. The project of political epistemology poses the question of the other to Cartesian epistemology and asks about the other and the other “others” in their concrete intersubjective social, political, economic, ethical, and other relationships with the subject/knower.
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