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The Sociology of Science The study of the sociology of science and of scientists
deserves more attention than it is now getting. If scientists are determined in part
by cultural variables, then so also are the products of these scientists. To what ...
If we are led by this psychological pluralism to think of science as an
orchestration of diverse talents, motives, and interests, the line between the
scientist and the nonscientist grows shadowy. The philosopher of science who
occupies himself ...
composed of at least nine individual specialists in these different functions, no
one of whom need himself be a scientist in the rounded sensel But while this
makes the point that the scientist-nonscientist dichotomy is too simple, we must
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