New Frontiers in Science and Technology Studies
October 2007, Polity
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Raphael Sassower, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
“Fuller provides a scintillating critique of the fashionable actor network theory and other anti-humanist projects that, their claims to the contrary notwithstanding, threaten to derail the critical and democratic potential of STS. His insightful and lively diagnosis of the past and the present state of the field enables him to formulate an exciting and politically engaged agenda for STS.”
Zaheer Baber, University of Toronto
“In recognition of the great changes in science in last two decades, STS has become focused on technoscience and regulatory science and the new institutional realities of science. What has been lost sight of, Fuller points out, are some other topics that have changed along with this change: the public justification and face of science, the ways in which science understands the problem of the unity of knowledge, new meanings of old concepts, such as fraud and consensus, and demands to democraitze knowledge. With an eye to the grand figures of the past, he restates the big issues for the present – a much needed effort.”
Stephen Turner, University of South Florida
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