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Book Mauro Dorato (2023)
Science and Representative Democracy: Experts and Citizens. (/isis/citation/CBB191701282/) unapi

Book Conway, Erik M.; Oreskes, Naomi (2023-02-21)
The Big Myth: How American Business Taught Us to Loathe Government and Love the Free Market. (/isis/citation/CBB797392415/) unapi

Article Deborah Scott (2023)
Diversifying the Deliberative Turn: Toward an Agonistic RRI. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 295-318). (/isis/citation/CBB650192444/) unapi

Article Marco Deseriis (2023)
Reducing the Burden of Decision in Digital Democracy Applications: A Comparative Analysis of Six Decision-making Software. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 401-427). (/isis/citation/CBB022622882/) unapi

Book Philip Schofield; Xiaobo Zhai (2022)
Bentham on Democracy, Courts, and Codification. (/isis/citation/CBB394231643/) unapi

Book Noortje Jacobs (2022)
Ethics by Committee: A History of Reasoning Together about Medicine, Science, Society, and the State. (/isis/citation/CBB108849167/) unapi

Article Victor Seow; Sean Hsiang-lin Lei (2022)
Who Is Mr. Science and Why Does He Matter?. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 269-278). (/isis/citation/CBB356374547/) unapi

Article Zuoyue Wang (2022)
Practicing Mr. Science: Chinese Scientists and the May Fourth Movement from Zhu Kezhen to Fang Lizhi. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 327-348). (/isis/citation/CBB822830037/) unapi

Article Sigrid Schmalzer (2022)
The Global Comrades of Mr. Democracy and Mr. Science: Placing May Fourth in a Transnational History of Science Activism. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 305-326). (/isis/citation/CBB229057405/) unapi

Book Zac Gershberg; Sean Illing (2022)
The Paradox of Democracy: Free Speech, Open Media, and Perilous Persuasion. (/isis/citation/CBB829331234/) unapi

Article Manuel Carabantes (May 2022)
The Coronavirus as a Revenge Effect: The Pandemic from the Perspective of Philosophy of Technique. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 544-567). (/isis/citation/CBB787774624/) unapi

Article Mott Greene (2022)
Experts, Managerialism, and Democratic Theory. Spontaneous Generations (pp. 1-21). (/isis/citation/CBB659481305/) unapi

Article Christian Ross (2022)
Handservant of Technocracy: Public Engagement and Expertise in Heritable Human Genome Editing. Spontaneous Generations (pp. 63-87). (/isis/citation/CBB828766557/) unapi

Article Jan-Peter Voß; Jannik Schritt; Volkan Sayman (February 2022)
Politics at a distance: Infrastructuring knowledge flows for democratic innovation. Social Studies of Science (pp. 106-126). (/isis/citation/CBB229106240/) unapi

Thesis Samantha Stinson Wesner (2022)
Galvanizing the Citizen: Electricity and Revolutionary Energy in the Age of Democratic Revolutions. (/isis/citation/CBB130783835/) unapi

Article Phillip H. Roth; Tommaso Bruni (2022)
Participation, Empowerment, and Evidence in the Current Discourse on Personalized Medicine: A Critique of “Democratizing Healthcare”. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 1033-1056). (/isis/citation/CBB677774404/) unapi

Article Nina Frahm; Tess Doezema; Sebastian Pfotenhauer (January 2022)
Fixing Technology with Society: The Coproduction of Democratic Deficits and Responsible Innovation at the OECD and the European Commission. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 174-216). (/isis/citation/CBB550648723/) unapi

Article Greg Lusk (2021)
Does democracy require value-neutral science? Analyzing the legitimacy of scientific information in the political sphere. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 102-110). (/isis/citation/CBB689424823/) unapi

Article S. Andrew Schroeder (2021)
Democratic Values: A Better Foundation for Public Trust in Science. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science (pp. 545-562). (/isis/citation/CBB945433890/) unapi

Article Carlo Edoardo Altamura (Summer 2021)
Global Banks and Latin American Dictators, 1974–1982. Business History Review (pp. 301-332). (/isis/citation/CBB731611622/) unapi


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