Science and Its Fabrication
Open University Press, 1990 - 142 pages
Aided by historical examples, this book shows how a qualified defence of science is possible that occupies middle ground between ideological glorifications and radical denials or rejections of it. The book then gives a clarification of the limitations of science.
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