Red, Black, and Objective: Science, Sociology, and Anarchism

Ashgate (2011)
Objectivity revisited and revised -- The social theory of objectivity and its problems -- Sociology : a Copernican revolution changes how we think about science and mathematics -- Science studies : sociological theory and social criticism -- Math studies and the anarchist agenda -- Anarchism and modern science -- What's mind got to do with it? -- Science, religion, and anarchism : the end of God and the beginning of inquiry -- A manifesto in anarcho-sociology -- Appendix. A dialogue on the syllogism with philosopher Jean Paul van Bendegem (JP), Free University of Brussels.
Keywords Social sciences Philosophy  Science Social aspects
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Call number H61.R4667 2011
ISBN(s) 9781409410393   1409410390
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