Surfing, Diving, and Epistemological Pleasure

Loncarek, Karmen
August 2009
Croatian Medical Journal;Aug2009, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p416
Academic Journal
The author discusses the Internet surfing of medical patients who may not have submerse enough on the activity to get real knowledge as modern scientific production has been deprived of the benefits of epistemology. She urges medical professionals to contribute to Wikipedia. The author disapproves of several aspects of modern scientific production such as being highly regulated, professionalized, and profit-driven.


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