Value-Free Science?: Purity and Power in Modern Knowledge

Harvard University Press (1991)
These are some of the central questions that Robert Proctor addresses in his study of the politics of modern science.
Keywords Science Social aspects  Science Philosophy  Science History
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Call number Q175.5.P785 1991
ISBN(s) 067493170X   9780674931701   067493170X (acid-free paper)
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