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Objectivity

Author: Lorraine Daston; Peter Galison
Publisher: New York : Zone Books, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lorraine Daston; Peter Galison
ISBN: 9781890951788 1890951781
OCLC Number: 913067824
Description: 501 p. ; 23 cm
Contents: I. Epistemologies of the eye : Blind sight. --
Collective empiricism. --
Objectivity is new. --
Histories of the scientific self. --
Epistemic virtues. --
The argument. --
Objectivity in shirtsleeves. II. Truth-to-nature : Before objectivity. --
Taming nature's variability. --
The idea in the observation. --
Four-eyed sight. --
Drawing from nature. Truth-to-nature after objectivity. III. Mechanical objectivity : Seeing clear. --
Photography as science and art. --
Automatic images and blind sight. --
Drawing against photography. --
Self-surveillance. --
Ethics of objectivity. IV. The scientific self : Why objectivity?. --
The scientific subject. --
Kant among the scientists. --
Scientific personas. --
Observation and attention. --
Knower and knowledge. V. Structural objectivity : Objectivity without images. --
The objective science of mind. --
The real, the objective, and the communicable. --
The color of subjectivity. --
What even a god could not say. --
Dreams of a neutral language. --
The cosmic community. VI. Trained judgment : The uneasiness of mechanical reproduction. --
Accuracy should not be sacrificed to objectivity. --
The art of judgment. --
Practices and the scientific self. VII. Representation to presentation : Seeing is being : truth, objectivity, and judgment. --
Seeing is making : nanofacture. --
Right depiction.
Responsibility: Lorraine Daston and Peter Galison.

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