Book ID: CBB000073168

Feminism, science, and the philosophy of science (1996)


Nelson, Lynn Hankinson (Editor)
Nelson, Jack (Editor)

Kluwer Academic

Publication Date: 1996
Physical Details: xix + 311 pp.; notes

Description Contents: Giere, Ronald N.: The feminism question in the philosophy of science. Tuana, Nancy: Revaluing science: Starting from the practices of women. Longino, Helen E.: Cognitive and non-cognitive values in science: Rethinking the dichotomy. Nelson, Jack: The last dogma of empiricism? Haack, Susan: Science as social? Yes and No. Nelson, Lynn Hankinson: Empiricism without dogmas. Potter, Elizabeth: Underdetermination undeterred. Niiniluoto, Ilkka: The relativism question in feminist epistemology. Barad, Karen: Meeting the universe halfway: Realism and social constructivism without contradition. Rouse, Joseph: Feminism and the social construction of scientific knowledge. Lloyd, Elisabeth A.: Science and anti-science: Objectivity and its real enemies. Harding, Sandra: Multicultural and global feminist philosophies of science: Resources and challenges. Heinämaa, Sara: Woman: Nature, product, style? Rethinking the foundations of feminist philosophy of science.

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Authors & Contributors
Wertheimer, Jürgen
Mackensen, Ludolf von
Garofalo, Silvano
Albrecht, Helmuth
Zweckbronner, Gerhard
Nitschke, August
Archives des Sciences (Geneva)
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society
Women's Writing: The Elizabethan to Victorian Period
Journal of the History of Collections
Raison Présente
Hessische Brandversicherungsanstalt
Verlag für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften und der Technik
Edizioni ETS
Encyclopedias (history)
Emigration; immigration
Pivati, Gianfrancesco
Kruyt, Hugo Rudolph
Eddington, Arthur Stanley
Epstein, Yechiel Mechel
Necker de Saussure, Albertine
Descartes, René
Time Periods
20th century
19th century
17th century
18th century
Central Europe: Germany, Austria, Switzerland
Russia; Baltic States; Finland
The Netherlands: Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg
Universität Stuttgart

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