At the next Perspectives on Science seminar on 3.2., Carlo Martini (TINT & Vita-Salute San Raffaele University) will give a talk entitled “Fake news, communicative gaps, and their impact on the doctor-patient relationship”.
At the next Perspectives on Science seminar on 27.1., Samuli Reijula (TINT & University of Helsinki) and Jaakko Kuorikoski (TINT & Tampere University) will give a talk entitled “The problem of the problem in diversity theorems”. Continue reading “Perspectives on Science seminar 27.1.2020”
At the year’s first Perspectives on Science seminar on 20.1., Janne I. Hukkinen (University of Helsinki & SRC/WISE consortium) will give a presentation on “Analyzing path-dependent decision making in wicked socio-ecological disruptions”.
Under what circumstances can we correctly attribute knowledge to an institution? The question is interesting not only because it can assist us in attributing responsibility, but also because it can illuminate what information structures and lines of communication should look like in institutions. This post by Säde Hormio is based on her forthcoming article “Institutional knowledge and its normative implications”.
Péter Cserne and Magdalena Małecka tell us how their book Law and Economics as Interdisciplinary Practice came to be and give an overview on what kind of issues the book tackles. They discuss the position of Law and Economics at a time when questions are raised about the identity and possible further developments of the research project.