Ideology and Rationality in the History of Life Sciences
Throughout his long career Canguilhem has been concerned with the way in which ideas originate and become transformed in scientific discourse, and with the role played by ideological factors in determining the direction if not the results of scientific work. This book collects his published essays of the 1970s.
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|Edition||First Thus Used|
|Number Of Pages||150|
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