"Applied Statistical Decision Theory" is a textbook that apparently has been around since the '60s.
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The TGGPosphere: it's impressive. TGGP reminds me something of 2001's monolith, or Rainbow End's rabbit.
Why do biomedical researchers studying consciousness seem more professionally responsible than social epistemologists? I'm thinking here of Fuller's seemingly crankish involvement in intelligent design debates.
4. I'm surprised the web isn't already filled with papers and literature like this:
A draft paper on social epistemology and the internet