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Science communication and the public intellectual: A view from philosophy

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posted on 2024-06-03, 17:29 authored by Patrick StokesPatrick Stokes
While science communication has become increasingly professionalised, philosophers have been far less active in, and reflective about, how we talk to the public. In thinking about the relationship between the ‘public intellectual’ and science communication, however,  philosophy has some important contributions to make, despite the differences of content and disciplinary approach. What, then, can both these professions learn from each other about how to engage with the public - and the risks that this might involve?

History

Journal

Journal of Science Communication

Volume

16

Article number

ARTN C03

Location

Trieste, Itlaly

Open access

  • Yes

ISSN

1824-2049

eISSN

1824-2049

Language

English

Publication classification

C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Copyright notice

2017, Sissa Medialab

Issue

1

Publisher

SCUOLA INT SUPERIORE STUDI AVANZATI-S I S S A-INT SCH ADVANCED STUDIES