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The philosophy area of OHO aims to review the various questions epistemologists have asked regarding testimonial belief and knowledge. Among these are: under what conditions is it rational to accept the say-so of another speaker? In what ways, if any, is testimonial knowledge a distinctive type of knowledge? And in what ways, if any, does the "social" or "interpersonal" dimension of testimonial belief-formation bear on the normative epistemological questions that we can ask about such beliefs?
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The ALTBIB resource provides access to PubMed/MEDLINE citations relevant to alternatives to the use of live vertebrates in biomedical research and testing. Many citations provide access to free full text. ALTBIB also includes a searchable bibliographic collection on alternatives to animal testing, but the ALTBIB bibliographic collection has not been updated since 2001, when the pre-formulated searches of PubMed were substituted for collecting a formal bibliography. (Available to the public)
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