I am a philosopher of science with a focus on social epistemology, values in science, and philosophy of science in practice. In my doctoral research I was looking at how temporal constraints influence research practices in gravitational wave physics and translational medicine. The aim was to shed light on the pragmatic aspects of knowledge pursuit, as well as on the ethical implications of different methodological choices. I have also published and presented work in history and philosophy of medicine, ethics, and practical rationality.
Jadreškić, D. (2020), “Diversity as an Epistemic Value – from Individual to Social Objectivity”, in Radhika Natarajan (ed.), Sprache – Bildung – Geschlecht: Interdisziplinäre Ansätze in Flucht- und Migrationskontexten. Springer VS, forthcoming.
Jadreškić, D., Hopf, D. and Schönwitz, T. (2020), “Inmaculada de Melo-Martín and Kristen Intemann: The Fight Against Doubt – How to Bridge the Gap Between Scientists and the Public”, Journal for General Philosophy of Science 51, 203–206. (Book review) https://doi.org/10.1007/s10838-019-09484-4