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  • Diversity and Dissent in the Social Sciences

    Diversity and Dissent in the Social Sciences

    "The norm of epistemic responsibility is the principle that a scientist has a duty to provide sufficient evidence in support of her view (or at least to adopt a defense commitment with respect to it). The standards of evidence are set by the scientific community that is her primary audience. Standards do not need to be adopted dogmatically; they are justified by default until someone challenges them in an appropriate way."

  • Organizational Blind Spots

    "In particular, the empirical findings illustrate how narratives construct a self-sustaining frame of reference, preventing the organization from questioning the principles underlying its past success."

  • (Mis)Interpretations of Freud

    "While drawing from clinical theory and documenting paradigmatic shifts in psychoanalysis from Freud and his followers to Kleinian, Kohutian self-psychology, and relational psychoanalysis and more, Almond discusses the nuances of transference in practice."