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STEVE FULLER BIBLIOGRAPHY  Social Epistemology, Indiana University Press, 1988 (2nd edition, 2002).  Philosophy of Science.

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1 STEVE FULLER BIBLIOGRAPHY  Social Epistemology, Indiana University Press, 1988 (2nd edition, 2002).  Philosophy of Science and Its Discontents, Westview, 1989 (2nd edition, Guilford Press, 1993).  Philosophy, Rhetoric, and the End of Knowledge, Wisconsin, 1993 (2nd edition, with James H. Collier, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004)  Science, Open University Press (UK) and Minnesota (US),  The Governance of Science, Open University Press,  Thomas Kuhn: A Philosophical History for Our Times, Chicago,  Knowledge Management Foundations, Butterworth-Heinemann,  Kuhn vs. Popper: The Struggle for the Soul of Science, Icon Books (UK) and Columbia University Press (US), Kuhn vs. Popper  The Intellectual, Icon Books,  The Philosophy of Science and Technology Studies, Routledge, 2006  The New Sociological Imagination, Sage,  The Knowledge Book: Key Concepts in Philosophy, Science and Culture, Acumen (UK) and McGill-Queens University Press (NA), 2007  New Frontiers in Science and Technology Studies, Polity, 2007  Science vs. Religion? Polity, 2007  Dissent Over Descent: Intelligent Design's Challenge to Darwinism, Icon Books, 2008  The Sociology of Intellectual Life: The Career of the Mind in and out of the Academy, Sage, 2009.

2 THREE INTERDISCIPLINARY PROJECTS OF HUMANITY English: Whewell – unity of science through theology (Newton) o Make science teachable (how to do normal science) o Science as humanity incorporated German: Hegel – unity of science through self-realization (Goethe) o Make science empowering (how to exercise judgement) o Education as personal enhancement French: Saint-Simon – unity of science through technocracy (Bacon) o Make science implementable (how to govern society) o Europe as civil engineering project

3 THREE QUESTIONS ABOUT DISCIPLINARITY AND KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION 1. Can universities survive as institutions for autonomous inquiry without disciplines as buffers against the market? 2. Can disciplines survive without state-based interlocking resources for education, research, accreditation and application? Is postmodernism/neo-liberalism about the functionalisation or the fragmentation of the knowledge system?


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