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Philosophy, rhetoric, and the end of knowledge : a new beginning for science and technology studies.

Author: Steve Fuller; James H Collier
Publisher: Mahwah, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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This edition shifts focus slightly to balance the discussions of theory and practice, and the writing style is oriented to advanced students. Discussion questions are included to support classroom  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Fuller; James H Collier
ISBN: 0805847677 9780805847673 0805847685 9780805847680
OCLC Number: 52410466
Description: xxix, 367 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction 2003: The More Things Remain the Same, the More They Change --
The Players and the Position --
The Players: STS, Rhetoric, and Social Epistemology --
HPS as the Prehistory of STS --
The Turn to Sociology and STS --
Rhetoric: The Theory Behind the Practice --
Enter the Social Epistemologist --
The Position: Interdisciplinarity as Interpenetration --
The Terms of the Argument --
The Perils of Pluralism --
Interpenetration's Interlopers --
The Pressure Points for Interpenetration --
The Task Ahead (and the Enemy Within) --
Here I Stand --
Interpenetration at Work --
Incorporation, or Epistemology Emergent --
Tycho on the Run --
Hegel to the Rescue --
Building the Better Naturalist --
Naturalism's Trial by Fire --
Reflexion, or the Missing Mirror of the Social Sciences --
How Science Both Requires and Imposes Discipline --
Why the Scientific Study of Science Might Just Show That There Is No Science to Study --
The Elusive Search for the Science in the Social Sciences: Deconstructing the Five Canonical Histories --
How Economists Defeated Political Scientists at Their Own Game --
The Rhetoric That Is Science --
Sublimation, or Some Hints on How to Be Cognitively Revolting --
Of Rhetorical Impasses and Forced Choices --
Some Impasses in the AI Debates --
Drawing the Battle Lines --
AI as PC-Positivism --
How My Enemy's Enemy Became My Friend --
But Now That the Coast is Clear --
Three Attempts to Clarify the Cognitive --
AI's Strange Bedfellows: Actants.
Responsibility: Steve Fuller, James H. Collier.
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