On the heels of our first chapter about the nature of knowledge– tradition, authority, experiential, etc.– this is a revealing article about the debates and conflict that go into the production of the “authoritative knowledge” that we usually take for granted.  How does this article affect how you think about how and what you think you know?
Shaken-Baby Syndrome Faces New Questions in Court
Published: February 2, 2011
Some doctors are taking issue with the diagnosis of the syndrome, raising the possibility that innocent people have been sent to jail.  Keep reading…

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