Revista de Ingeniería Civil y Ambiental

Ecological Science Swarm out Non-Epistemic Qualities


Mihaela R?cuciu

Ecological science is a multidisciplinary field that seeks to understand and study the complex interactions between organisms and their environment. Traditionally, ecological science has focused primarily on epistemic qualities, such as knowledge acquisition and hypothesis testing. However, there is a growing recognition that non-epistemic qualities also play a significant role in shaping ecological research and its outcomes. This paper explores the concept of non-epistemic qualities within the context of ecological science and their implications for understanding and managing ecosystems. Non-epistemic qualities encompass a wide range of factors, including social, cultural, ethical, and political dimensions that influence the scientific process and its application to ecological issues.

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