From setting the distance to adjusting the focus

Metascience 22 (1):1-6 (2012)
As biotechnologies and nanotechnologies are becoming paradigmatic of nowadays science, what happened to science as we (thought we) knew it? Are we witnessing a break of an epochal character? Science Transformed? is a collection of essays that revolve around the question whether recent science hallmarks an epochal break...
Keywords epochal break  science / technoscience  science studies  mode 1 / mode 2  history of science  epistemology  ontology
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