What Price Inclusion?
by Harvey Siegel - 1995
This paper examines inclusion as both a conversational and a theoretical idea, investigating whether scholarly standards and the universal claims of science function to exclude certain individuals and groups. The paper argues that inclusion is best understood as a moral rather than an epistemological virtue. (Source: ERIC)
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