"Historians of science whose work has led them to puzzle over their own and their historical actors' judgments of the relations between value and scientific fact will find much of value here."--Alan Richardson, Isis
"A valuable anthology of essays by contemporary philosophers."--Choice
"A well structured and informative introduction provides readers with background on the question of values in science.... Anyone who is interested in the question of values in science...will find Value-Free Science?
a worthwhile read."--Lisa Gannett, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
About the Author
is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Alabama.John Dupré
is Professor of Philosophy of Science and Director of the ESRC Centre for Genomics in Society at the University of Exeter.