Individual or Institutional Authority in Science?

Tradition and Discovery 36 (3):17-19 (2009)
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This book discussion focuses on Theodore L. Brown’s Imperfect Oracle. Richard Moodey, a sociologist, and Jay Labinger, a scientist, raise questions about some of Brown’s views on the epistemic and moral authority of science and Brown responds
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