Contents

Acknowledgments

List of Contributors

Editorial Introduction.  Celia Deane-Drummond, Thomas A. Stapleford, and Darcia Narvaez

PART ONE: SCIENTIFIC VIRTUES THROUGH TIME

  1. Aristotle and Ainslie: An Empirical Basis for Virtue Ethics. Jennifer Baker 
  2. The Virtue of Productive Uncertainty, or, What to Do When You Don’t Know Something. Matthew Stanley
  3. On Making the World Habitable. Emily Dumler-Winckler
  4. Have We Forgotten about Happiness? Scientific Practice and the Contemplative and Active Life. Nathaniel A. Warne

PART TWO: SCIENCE IN THE EVERYDAY

  1. Telescopes, Microscopes, and Simulations: The Everyday Scientific Practice of Deciding “What is Real?” Fionagh Thomson
  2. How Easy Is It to Be Intellectually Humble in Our Daily Lives? Eranda Jayawickreme
  3. Ethical Virtues in Scientific Representation. Char Brecevic

PART THREE: VIRTUE ETHICS AND SCIENCE EDUCATION

  1. The Role of Ethnographies in Developing Virtue Ethics for the Life Sciences. Louise Bezuidenhout and Dori Beeler
  2. Maintaining Virtue in Modern Scientific Practice: Providing a Foundation to Move Forward.  Daniel Kuebler
  3. Scientific Practice, Wonder, and Awe. Kristján  Kristjánsson
  4. Reclaiming Awe for the Right Things. Darcia Narvaez

PART FOUR: FRAMEWORKS FOR PRACTICING SCIENTIFIC VIRTUES

  1. Caring to Ask: A New Picture of Inquisitiveness. Jordan Droira
  2. Mapping the Language of Hope within Empirical Research onto Virtue Theory. Michelle Marvin
  3. Virtue Ideals and the Scientific Researcher: Morality, Wisdom, and Climate. Timothy S. Reilly and Darcia Narvaez
  4. Semantic Analysis of Moral Values in Semi-Structured Interviews. Mark Graves
  5. Value in Virtuous Community: Insights about Valuing the Self and Other from Computational Cognitive and Brain Sciences. Michael Spezio

PART FIVE: THE FUTURE OF SCIENTIFIC VIRTUES

  1. Does the Digitalization of Science Affect Scientific Virtues? Markus Christen
  2. Machine Learning, Automated Science, and Virtues. Emanuele Ratti
  3. Student Mental Health, Job Concerns, and Issues in Academic Publishing: Stifling the Acquisition of Virtue and the Possible Perpetuation of Injustice in the Pursuit of Science. Braden Molhoek
  4. Justice on the Blockchain? What Might “Smart Contracts” Mean for Virtuous Action? Michael Yankoski
  5. Scientific Practice and Democratic Virtues. Gregory R. Peterson

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