Feminism, Science, and the Philosophy of Science

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"Also published in 1996 in hardbound edition in the series Synthese Library, Volume no. 256"--Title page verso. The feminism question in the philosophy of science / Ronald N. Giere -- Revaluing science : starting from the practices of women / Nancy Tuana -- Cognitive and non-cognitive values in science : rethinking the dichotomy / Helen E. Longino -- The last dogma of empiricism? / Jack Nelson -- Science as social? Yes and no / Susan Haack -- Empiricism without dogmas / Lynn Hankinson Nelson -- Underdetermination undeterred / Elizabeth Potter -- The relativism question in feminist epistemology / Ilkka Niiniluoto -- Meeting the universe halfway : realism and social constructivism without contradiction / Karen Barad -- Feminism and the social construction of scientific knowledge / Joseph Rouse -- Science and anti-science : objectivity and its real enemies / Elisabeth A. Lloyd -- Multicultural and global feminist philosophies of science : resources and challenges / Sandra Harding -- Woman-nature, product, style? Rethinking the foundations of feminist philosophy of science / Sara Heinämaa.

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Feminism, Science, and the Philosophy of Science. (1996). Feminism, Science, and the Philosophy of Science. Springer Netherlands. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-1742-2

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