In Lee McIntyre & Alex Rosenburg (eds.), Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Social Science. Routledge (2016)

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Gregory Wheeler
Frankfurt School Of Finance And Management
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In the age of big data and a machine epistemology that can anticipate, predict, and intervene on events in our lives, the problem once again is that a few individuals possess the knowledge of how to regulate these activities. But the question we face now is not how to share such knowledge more widely, but rather of how to enjoy the public benefits bestowed by this knowledge without freely sharing it. It is not merely personal privacy that is at stake but a range of unsung benefits that come from ignorance and forgetting, traits that are inherently human and integral to the functioning of our society.
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