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Index~ academic left 114

Big Science 56-7 Bloor, David 63

Carnap, Rudolf 44 certainty see uncertainty Chinese scientific knowledge

89, 91 view of nature 99 Church, the 23-4 Civilizational Science 92 climate change 142, 145,

162 colonial science 87-9 commercially driven science

126-39 Community Research

Networks (CRNs) 164-7 Conant, James Bryant 57 constructionists 65-73, 158

Darwinism 102 democracy 171 Descartes, Rene 34, 149 doubt 150

education and science 11 0 Einstein, Albert 56 environmental movement 39 epistemology see social epistemology error costs 142, 146 experiments 10-11

falsifiability 46 feminist criticism 72 Feyerabend, Paul 58-60 Fuller, Steve 15, 106

Galilei, Galileo 33, 41-2 Gallon, Francis 12 genetic difference 102 modification 151-3 Gibbons, Michael 139 Gross, Paul 114-15

Haber, Fritz 38 Harding, Sandra 77-80 Hinduism 100

ignorance 147-150, 155 Indian science 91, 96-7 indigenous knowledge,

using 133-8 induction 47 infectious diseases 143-4 Islam 89--90, 93-4, 111

Kuhn, Thomas 40-1, 48-57

opposition to 53

Latour, Bruno 66-7 Lavoisier, Antoine 42 Leibniz, Gottfreid Wilhelm 42 Levitt, Norman 114-15 logical positivism 44-5

masculine thought 72 media and science 123 medical research 130-1,

134 Mendel's theory 71 Merton, Robert 62 Mitroff, Ian 67 Mode 2 knowledge production 139-41

nature 98-9, 100 Neurath, Otto 44 Newton, Isaac 42 non-violent communication

95 normal science (Kuhn) 50-2

objectivity 4-5 observations and tradition 71

paradigms, Kuhn 49-51 patents 133 pollution 165-7, 169 Popper, Karl 46-7, 53 positivism 44-5 post-colonial scientists 84-6,

90 postmodern science 158 post-normal science 154-60 poverty and commercial science 132 power imbalances 81 precautionary principle 161-3 Priestley, Joseph 42 profit and science 127 public participation 159-60,

164-73 Public Understanding of

Science (PUS) 121-2

racial bias of science 103-5 reality 65-6, 69 reproductive labour 83-4 research and development 126 and ignorance 147-9 medical 130-1, 134 revolutionary science 51

safety 150-4 Schlick, Moritz 45

science attempt to define 4, 14 changing 124 defended 113 misunderstood 18 public disenchantment 112 racial inequality of 103-5 revolutionary 51 shops 168 see also Big Science Science Studies aims 31 background 20 defined 19 different approaches 21 importance of 30 school of 22 Science Wars 116-20 scientists, our view of 6-9 Scientology of Scientific

Knowledge (SSK) 61, 64 sexual prejudice see women and science Snow, C.P. 63 social epistemology 106-12 Social Text 116 Sokal, Alan 116-1 9 Strong Programme, The

63-4, 69

theories, evolving 71 trust in science, lack of 6

uncertainty 141-6, 153, 170

Vienna Circle 44-5

Western bias 103-5 science 89 view of nature 98 women and science invisible in lab 75 segregation 74 Woolgar, Steve 66-7

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