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Deconstructing science

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Abstract

In this paper I expand on the premises of Jesse Bazzul’s thesis in his paper, Neoliberal ideology, global capitalism, and science education: engaging the question of subjectivity, exploring the implications of the ideologies within the culturally emerging logic of science exposes the incommensurability of intents and purposes in its methods and epistemology. I argue that science needs to acknowledge the subjectivity at its core to make space for non-absolute agents and new fields of study.

Lead Editor: C. Milne.
Forum response to Bazzul (2012) Neoliberal Ideology, global capitalism, and science education: Engaging the question of subjectivity. doi:10.1007/s11422-012-9413-3.