|aDefending science within reason :|bbetween scientism and cynicism /|cSusan Haack.
|aAmherst, N.Y. :|bPrometheus Books,|c2007.
|axx, 411 p. ;|c23 cm.
|aOriginally published: Amherst, N.Y. : Prometheus Books, 2003. With new preface.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aNeither sacred nor a confidence trick: the critical common-sensist manifesto -- Nail soup: a brief, opinionated history of the old deferentialism -- Clues to the puzzle of scientific evidence: a more-so story -- The long arm of common sense: instead of a theory of scientific method -- Realistically speaking: how science fumbles, and sometimes forges, ahead -- The same, only different: integrating the intentional -- A modest proposal: the sensible program in sociology of science -- Stronger than fiction: science, literature, and the "literature of science" -- Entangled in the bramble bush: science in the law -- Point of honor: on science and religion -- What man can achieve when he really puts his mind to it: the value, and the values, of science -- Not till it's over: reflections on the end of science.