A Constructive Deconstruction of Deconstructionists : A Response to Demeritt

@inproceedings{Schneider2001ACD,
  title={A Constructive Deconstruction of Deconstructionists : A Response to Demeritt},
  author={Stephen H. Schneider},
  year={2001}
}
s a natural scientist working at the social interface (climate effects, impacts, and policy issues) and as the founder and editor of the interdisciplinary journal Climatic Change , I have long been swayed by the arguments of the Science and Technology Studies (S&TS) community that science is not the value-free, objective enterprise it often prides itself as being. Moreover, I have long accepted that not only is it obvious that policy choice is a highly normative enterprise, so too is analysis… CONTINUE READING

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