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Objectivity, Historicity, Taxonomy

In Objectivity (2007), Daston and Galison argue that scientific objectivity has a history. Objectivity emerged as a distinct nineteenth-century “epistemic virtue,” flanked in time by other epistemic virtues. The authors trace the origins of scientific objectivity by identifying changes in images from scientific atlases from different periods, but they emphasize that the same ...

Suppressing Synonymy with a Homonym: The Emergence of the Nomenclatural Type Concept in Nineteenth Century Natural History

Psychology Utrecht University Utrecht The Netherlands 1 Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Utrecht University Utrecht The Netherlands 2 JOERI WITTEVEEN Descartes Centre for the History and