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Hypatia 5 (1):181 - 182 (1990)
The claim is made that although she undervalues the work in question, Zita poses important questions for feminist philosophers of science. Reference is made to further evidence supporting Harding's extended argument that science is neither characterized by objectivity nor value-free, and a concern which may have some relationship to Zita's "feminist question of the science question in feminism" is noted.
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