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Newman, A., Tarasiewicz, M., & Wagner, S. (2015). Epistemic cultures in arts and technology. Journal for Research Cultures, 1(1)

Approaches to how research is executed depend on epistemologies, which vary considerably, both – within and between humanities and sciences. They are the connecting element of the collective and shape perception by incorporating certain shared assumptions of a prevailing research culture. How knowledge is acquired is further vastly influenced by the structure of the system that it is generated in, which is configured and adapted due to the various contexts. Hence these context require analysis if one wants to uncover more about the process itself, or how Ludwik Fleck phrased it: “(…) epistemology without historical and comparative investigations is no more than an empty play on words or an epistemology of imagination.” (Fleck 1979)

ISSN 2411-3751

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