|Abstract||The project of this volume is to explore how scientific values might have a positive impact on the development of civic virtues within a society. Hence, our first order of business is to get a picture of what might fall under the rubric of scientific values. As is often the case, the word science in this essay sometimes refers to the questions, claims, and arguments that scientists work with and at other times designates the institution dedicated to the production of that intellectual content. We will look at the norms that figure in both contexts.|
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