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What Is Science?
Representation and the Methodological Horrors
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accounts actions actor-network theory agent antecedent argument assumption attempts behaviour beliefs Bloor Chapter character Chicago claims constituted critical critique of science culture deconstruction demarcation devices discovered object discovery entities epistemological essentialist ethnography of science Ethnomethodology example existence explanation fact gerrymandering glass transition temperature H. M. Collins idea of science ideology of representation implications interpretation inversion Kegan Paul kind laboratory Latour logic London means methodological horrors Milton Keynes modalizers moral order N-rays natural sciences neutron star notion observations organization particular perspective phenomenon philosophical problem pulsars question rational received view reflexive relationship relativism representational practice rhetorical Routledge & Kegan scepticism scientific activity scientific discourse scientific knowledge scientific practice scientists sense significance social context social science social study sociological analysis sociologists sociology of knowledge sociology of science sociology of scientific statement status strategy strong programme study of science suggested syllogism textual tion truth Woolgar