Volume 16 · Number 3 · Pages 351–355
Author’s Response: Humble Research and the Inescapability of Limited Knowledge

Björn Goldstein

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Abstract: After clarifying some misunderstandings, I discuss the inescapability of bias in research in more practical terms, followed by an exemplification of why epigenetics does not shatter a materialist ontology. After that I explore gender-related questions in Tamil Nadu, the role of emotions, and what we can expect from being aware of the positionality of a researcher.

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Goldstein B. (2021) Author’s response: Humble research and the inescapability of limited knowledge. Constructivist Foundations 16(3): 351–355. https://constructivist.info/16/3/351

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