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Overly honest methods January 26, 2013

Filed under: science — jennysaul @ 6:48 pm

Check it out. (Wonder if something like this would work for philosophy)

 

6 Responses to “Overly honest methods”

  1. tarabound Says:

    If we could do it anonymously, you know we in the social science field would have a lot to confess…..but it seems like it would be about the same as the physcial sciences.

  2. This is awesome and I think it’s doable for philosophy. A few of them may even directly translate:

    “We did not make corrections suggested by reviewer 1 because we think reviewer 1 is a f***ing idiot.”

    “We didn’t read half the papers we cite because they are behind a paywall.”

  3. tarabound Says:

    The reviewer one was my favorite as well. And the paywall is the reason I am going to try to stay affilated with the university where I work, even if I do get a full time job in another field. I NEED access to my databases.

  4. Carl Says:

    “Only checked intuitions of white males because of centuries of privilege.” #overlyhonestphilosophymethods

  5. annejjacobson Says:

    “Only read first 200 pages of Kant’s Critique of PR because it was well know that that was what you could get away with.”

  6. tarabound Says:

    If we are confessing.
    I wrote and undergrad paper using just abstracts, without opening the articles.
    :-)


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