Philosophy of Science after Feminism

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Index
Acadia Institute Project on Professional Values and Ethical Issues in the Graduate Education of Scientists and Engineers, 110
Advancement of Science, The, 15, 16
AIDS, 10
activists, 41
research, 41, 121–122
aims of science, 39–41
empirical issues, 39–40
normative issues, 40
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Program on Scientific Freedom, Responsibility and Law, 113
American Cancer Society (ACS), 124–125
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Code of Ethics of, 112
Anderson, Elizabeth, 64
Antony, Louise 63, 64, 66
Baltimore, David, 109
Baltimore Affair, 109
basic research, 94–95
concept of, 94
linear model of innovation, 95
and technological development, 97–98
Bell, Robert, 110
Bending Science: How Special Interests Corrupt Public Health Research, 114
Betrayers of the Truth: Fraud and Deceit in the Halls of Science, 109
Biology and Gender Study Group, 56–57, 66
Bleier, Ruth, 54, 56, 57
Broad, William, 109
Bush, Vannevar, 93–94
Campanella, Tommaso, 80
Campbell, Richmond 64, 66
cancer research, 122–125
biological mechanisms, 123
preclinical models, 123
spending, 122
Carnap, Rudolf, 24, 31, 33–34, 36
Cartwright, Nancy 108
challenges, to societal interference with science. See societal interference with science, challenges to
Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, 100, 102–104
on equality, 101
on human dignity, 101
rights and directives, 102–103
Chemist’s Code of Conduct, 108, 110–112
Codes of ethics. See ethical codes for science
Code of Ethics, of American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 112

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