85. Liam Kofi Bright on Du Bois' Philosophy of Science

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Guest Liam Kofi Bright discusses Du Bois' ideal of value-free science and the place of science within his wider thought.



Further Reading

• L.K. Bright, “Why do Scientists Lie?” Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements 89 (2021), 117-29.

• R. Heesen, L.K. Bright, A. Zucker, “Vindicating Methodological Triangulation,” Synthese 196 (2019), 3067-81.

• L.K. Bright, “Du Bois’ Democratic Defence of the Value Free Ideal,” Synthese 195 (2018), 2227-45.

• L.K. Bright, “On Fraud,” Philosophical Studies 174 (2017), 291-310.

• L.K. Bright, “Logical Empiricists on Race,” Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, Part C, 65 (2017), 9-18.

T.F. Botts, L.K. Bright, M. Cherry, G. Mallarangeng, and Q. Spencer “What is the State of Blacks in Philosophy?” Critical Philosophy of Race 2 (2014), 224-42

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