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1 CARDIFF UNIVERSITY UK Cardiff School of Social Sciences A A not A A

2 Potential modified PTE The next PowerPoint presentation indicates some thoughts we are having about what a modified PTE might look like. The first slide indicates when we put together the first version That first version was discussed at SEESHOP5 and it was agreed that DSD and the SAD version of Sociological Discrimination were good things, the rest of the rearrangement did not work so well So this is here for discussion: any comments to any of us or put them on the SEETALK list ( Youll notice a gap between Interactional and Contributory which something called Perceptual Expertise once filled but it was generally agreed that it was a mistake to try to add it)

3 Potential modifications to PTE PowerPoint presentation preparation begun around May 2010 and completed by August 2010 at latest. It was discussed in KES on 4 June 2010

4 DSD The first change is the addition of Domain Specific Discrimination (DSD) DSD is a transmuted meta-expertise but is used by those in the very heart of the technical community It is the way core-set scientists judge others in order to break out of the experiments regress and was discovered by SSK (eg Changing Order) but not given a name until now. Martin Weinel pointed to the fact that DSD should be a named category in the PTE DSD is also the major component of Referred Expertise

5 DISPOSITIONS SPECIALIST EXPERTISES META- EXPERTISES META- CRITERIA UBIQUITOUS EXPERTISES Interactive ability Reflective ability Beer mat knowledge Popular understanding PSK Interactional expertise Contributory expertise Based on Ubiquitous TK Based on Specialist TK Polimorphic Mimeomorphic Ubiquitous discrimin- ation Technical connoisseurship Referred expertise External (Transmuted expertises) Internal (Non-transmuted expertises) Local Discrimin- ation Downward discrimination Credentials Track record Experience Domain specific discrimination (DSD) DSD

6 Sociological Discrimination The second change is the addition Sociological Discrimination. It includes: Martin Weinels rules for separated true from fake scientific controversies Lee Smolins attempt to criticise string theory because of its sociological pathologies Simon Coles use of general scientific principles – eg randomised control trials -- to criticise fingerprint identification (and all other such) Collins/Boyce, et als criticism of MMR journalists The label should almost certainly be changed to something more general so that this category could include the kind of thing that, for example, argumentation theorists invoke to make distinctions between expert positions. Social Analytic Discrimination (SAD)? SAD is another transmuted meta-expertise, this time from one kind of esoteric expertise to another

7 DISPOSITIONS SPECIALIST EXPERTISES META- EXPERTISES META- CRITERIA UBIQUITOUS EXPERTISES Interactive ability Reflective ability Beer mat knowledge Popular understanding PSK Interactional expertise Contributory expertise Based on Ubiquitous TK Based on Specialist TK Polimorphic Mimeomorphic Ubiquitous discrimin- ation Technical connoisseurship Referred expertise External (Transmuted expertises) Internal (Non-transmuted expertises) Local Discrimin- ation Downward discrimination Credentials Track record Experience Sociological discrimin- ation Domain specific discrimination (DSD) DSD

8 Rearrangement of table The next slides show the bottom part of the table being rearranged along with some explanations The theme of the lower half of the table changes from meta-expertise vs expertise to transmuted vs non-transmuted The labels in the black boxes on the left of the lines change to reflect this changed theme. This, we believe, produces a more coherent result

9 META- EXPERTISES Technical connoisseurship Referred expertise Internal (Non-transmuted expertises) Downward discrimination META- CRITERIA Credentials Track record Experience Ubiquitous discrimin- ation External (Transmuted expertises) Local Discrimin- ation Sociological discrimin- ation DSD SPECIALIST EXPERTISES Beer mat knowledge Popular understanding PSK Interactional expertise Contributory expertise Based on Ubiquitous TK Based on Specialist TK Polimorphic Mimeomorphic Domain specific discrimination (DSD) These two are meta- expertise because they judge people These sometimes involve judging people and sometimes judging others products or others judgments Involves judging a social situation SPECIALIST JUDGEMENTS

10 More rearrangement Now we move some stuff about and lose the meta-expertise line

11 META- EXPERTISES Technical connoisseurship Referred expertise Internal (Non-transmuted expertises) Downward discrimination META- CRITERIA Credentials Track record Experience Ubiquitous discrimin- ation External (Transmuted expertises) Local Discrimin- ation Sociological discrimin- ation SPECIALIST EXPERTISES Beer mat knowledge Popular understanding PSK Interactional expertise Contributory expertise Based on Ubiquitous TK Based on Specialist TK Polimorphic Mimeomorphic Domain specific discrimination (DSD) SPECIALIST JUDGEMENTS

12 More rearrangement Re-label the Meta-criteria line etc

13 Internal (Non-transmuted expertises) Technical connoisseurship Referred expertise Downward discrimination META- CRITERIA Credentials Track record Experience Ubiquitous discrimin- ation External (Transmuted expertises) Local Discrimin- ation Sociological discrimin- ation SPECIALIST EXPERTISES Beer mat knowledge Popular understanding PSK Interactional expertise Contributory expertise Based on Ubiquitous TK Based on Specialist TK Polimorphic Mimeomorphic Domain specific discrimination (DSD) SPECIALIST JUDGEMENTS TRANSMUTED JUDGEMENTS

14 More rearrangement Reinsert top two lines of table and its finished after a bit more clarification and a few more labels plus SAD replacing Sociological Discrimination

15 Technical connoisseurship Referred expertise Downward discrimination Credentials Track record Experience Ubiquitous discrimin- ation Local Discrimin- ation Sociological discrimin- ation SPECIALIST EXPERTISES Beer mat knowledge Popular understanding PSK Interactional expertise Contributory expertise Based on Ubiquitous TK Based on Specialist TK Polimorphic Mimeomorphic Domain specific discrimination (DSD) SPECIALIST JUDGEMENTS TRANSMUTED JUDGEMENTS DISPOSITIONS UBIQUITOUS EXPERTISES Interactive ability Reflective ability Defining Entangled Societal Social Analytic discrimin- ation NEW VERSION

16 DISPOSITIONS SPECIALIST EXPERTISES META- EXPERTISES META- CRITERIA UBIQUITOUS EXPERTISES Interactive ability Reflective ability Beer mat knowledge Popular understanding PSK Interactional expertise Contributory expertise Based on Ubiquitous TK Based on Specialist TK Polimorphic Mimeomorphic Ubiquitous discrimin- ation Technical connoisseurship Referred expertise External (Transmuted expertises) Internal (Non-transmuted expertises) Local Discrimin- ation Downward discrimination Credentials Track record Experience OLD VERSION

17 END

18 First modification

19 Sociological Discrimination Martin Weinels rules for separated true from fake scientific controversies Lee Smolins attempt to criticise string theory because of its sociological pathologies Simon Coles use of general scientific principles – eg randomised control trials -- to criticise fingerprint identification (and all other such) Collins/Boyce, et als criticism of MMR journalists

20 Transformations to the meta-line These two are meta- expertise because they judge people These sometimes involve judging people and sometimes judging others products or others judgments Involve judging a social situation

21 Second modification main domain related domain social domain Meta- credentials

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23 META- EXPERTISES Technical connoisseurship Referred expertise Internal (Non-transmuted expertises) Downward discrimination META- CRITERIA Credentials Track record Experience Ubiquitous discrimin- ation External (Transmuted expertises) Local Discrimin- ation Sociological discrimin- ation DSD SPECIALIST EXPERTISES Beer mat knowledge Popular understanding PSK Interactional expertise Contributory expertise Based on Ubiquitous TK Based on Specialist TK Polimorphic Mimeomorphic Domain specific discrimination (DSD) Perceptual expertise These two are meta- expertise because they judge people These sometimes involve judging people and sometimes judging others products or others judgments Involves judging a social situation SPECIALIST JUDGEMENTS

24 META- EXPERTISES Technical connoisseurship Referred expertise Internal (Non-transmuted expertises) Downward discrimination META- CRITERIA Credentials Track record Experience Ubiquitous discrimin- ation External (Transmuted expertises) Local Discrimin- ation Sociological discrimin- ation DSD SPECIALIST EXPERTISES Beer mat knowledge Popular understanding PSK Interactional expertise Contributory expertise Based on Ubiquitous TK Based on Specialist TK Polimorphic Mimeomorphic Domain specific discrimination (DSD) Perceptual expertise These two are meta- expertise because they judge people These sometimes involve judging people and sometimes judging others products or others judgments Involves judging a social situation SPECIALIST JUDGEMENTS


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