My Objectivity is Better than Yours: Contextualising Debates about Gender Inequality


 

Published by Springer, 12 September 2020

Authors: Rosie Worsdale and Jack Wright, Research Associates with the Qualitative and Quantitative Social Science: Unifying the Logic of Causal Inference? research project at CRASSH.
 

In this paper, we contribute to a growing literature in the philosophy of social science cautioning social scientists against context-independent claims to objectivity, by analyzing the recent proposal of a new Basic Index of Gender Inequality (BIGI) by Gijsbert Stoet and David Geary. 

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Posted: Wednesday 16 September 2020

Authors: Rosie Worsdale, Jack Wright

Tags: gender inequality