HPS and our everyday practices

At some point over the past decade, I began to think more about ideas and material from the history, philosophy and sociology of science (HPS) I’d been exposed to in some of my studies (including an MA degree I completed over 2007-2011 at University of Melbourne) and their potential connections to more everyday practices. This includes consideration of both normative questions (about how we should try to act, such as in our knowledge practices) and explanatory questions (i.e., about why we act in the ways that we do).

Here’s a list of some of the posts that either explicitly address this, or touch upon related themes in important and/or potentially interesting way(s):