What’s wrong with universalism?
Abstract : In this paper, we argue against universalism. There are innumerable examples of exceptions to the rule. This, in fact is a rule. We look at the consequences of this important finding for publication ethics. Our finding is that, despite the weather, if the problem is proving that there are always exceptions to the rule, then proof depends on you. Were this paper to be (unfairly) rejected, it would support our secondary hypothesis that not every rule has an exception.
Content : The proof is in the pudding (or in the abstract)
Axel Gosseries (Louvain University)
John Bohannon (Science magazine)
Nir Eyal (Harvard University)Leah Price (Harvard University)