Excerpt: The topic of this paper is social constructivist doctrines about the nature of scientific knowledge. I don’t propose to review all the many accounts that have either claimed this designation or had it ascribed to them. Rather I shall try to consider in a very general way what sense should be made of the underlying idea, and then illustrate some of the central points with two central examples from biology.
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