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Synopsis: Is science unified or disunified? Over the last century, the question has raised the interest (and hackles) of scientists, philosophers, historians, and sociologists of science, for at stake is how science and society fit together. Recent years have seen a turn largely against the rhetoric of unity, ranging from the please of condensed matter physicists for disciplinary autonomy all the way to discussions in the humanities and social sciences that involve local history, feminism, multiculturalism, postmodernism, scientific relativism and realism, and social constructivism. Many of these varied aspects of the debate over the disunity of science are reflected in this volume, which brings together a number of scholars studying science who otherwise have had little to say to each other: feminist theorists, philosophers of science, sociologists of science. How does the context of discover shape knowledge? What are the philosophical consequences of a disunified science? Does, for example, an antirealism, a realism, or an arealism become defensible within a picture of local scientific knowledge? What politics lies behind and follows from a picture of the world of science more like a quilt than a pyramid? Who gains and loses if representation of science has standards that vary from place to place, field to field, and practitioner to practitioner.
From the Back Cover: “This is a very important work, with contributions by many of the most prominent scholars in science studies....It actually delivers on its promise to renew discussion and develop fresh ideas about the allegation that the sciences are no longer (or never were) unified by a single theoretical view of nature or a methodological foundation.” —Michael Lynch, Brunel University
Title: The Disunity of Science - Boundaries, ...
Publisher: Stanford Univ Press
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Book Description Stanford University Press, Stanford, Calif, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: VG. Black cloth, gray & lilac dust jacket, 567 pp., some BW illus. Series: Writing Science. A collection of 19 essays: Introduction : the context of disunity / Peter Galison -- The disunities of the sciences / Ian Hacking -- Styles of reasoning, conceptual history, and the emergence of psychiatry / Arnold I. Davidson -- Metaphysical disorder and scientific disunity / John Dupre -- Computer simulations and the trading zone / Peter Galison -- The unity of science : Carnap, Neurath, and beyond / Richard Creath -- Talking metaphysical turkey about epistemological chicken, and the poop on pidgins / Steve Fuller -- From relativism to contingentism / Mario Biagioli -- Contextualizing the canon / Simon Schaffer -- Science made up : constructivist sociology of scientific knowledge / Arthur Fine -- From epistemology and metaphysics to concrete connections / David J. Stump -- The care of the self and blind variation : the disunity of two leading sciences / Karin Knorr Cetina -- The constitution of archaeological evidence : gender politics and science / Alison Wylie -- Otto Neurath : politics and the unity of science / Jordi Cat, Nancy Cartwright, and Hasok Chang -- The naturalized history museum / Timothy Lenoir and Cheryl Lynn Ross -- Beyond epistemic sovereignty / Joseph Rouse -- The dilemma of scientific subjectivity in postvital culture / Evelyn Fox Keller -- Modest witness : feminist diffractions in science studies / Donna J. Haraway -- Afterword : new directions in the philosophy of science studies / David J. Stump. Seller Inventory # 136331
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