Workshop by Luca Mari at the Graduate School of Education - UC Berkeley: Measurement is commonly considered a critical but only instrumental process: the body of knowledge related to measurement appears the juxtaposition of multiple contributions, from physics (or chemistry, biology, psychology, economy, ...), to systems theory and control theory, signal theory and statistics, but also information theory and computer science, philosophy of science and ontology. In perspective, also political science and ethics might be progressively interested in measurement and its social implications. Is there a distinctive, common ground for a science of measurement in the diversity of these topics? The workshop aims at introducing the discussion and proposing some reflections on the actual status of science of such a body of knowledge.

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