Alternative Table of Contents

The Limits of Knowledge, “Facts and Fictions”

Hansson, “Science and Pseudo-science” (2017)

Stover, “Two Wrongs Make A Right: Using Pseudoscience and Reasoning Fallacies to Complement Primary Literature” (2016)

French, “An Anomalistic Psychologist” (2014)

Jewitt and Luu, “Pluto, Perception, and Planetary Politics” (2007)

Frankenstein and Prometheus, “Metaphors and Monstrosity”

Shelley, selections from Frankenstein. (Guston et al. pp. 28-44, 97-109, and 120-125, 138-146)

Douglas, “The Bitter Aftertaste of Technical Sweetness” (Guston et al. pp. 247-251)

Nordmann, “Undisturbed by Reality: Victor Frankenstein’s Technoscientific Dream of Reason” (Guston et al. pp. 223-228)

Chew and Laubichler, “Natural Enemies—Metaphor or Misconception?” (2003)

Martin, “The Egg and the Sperm: How Science Has Created a Romance Based on Stereotypical Male-Female Roles” (1991)

Stein, Rob. “Outrage Intensifies Over Claims of Gene-Edited Babies” (2018)

Un/Doing Knowledge, “Anything Goes?”

Feyerabend, from Against Method (1975)

Kimmerer, “Weaving Traditional Ecological Knowledge into Biological Education: A Call to Action” (2002)

Qiu, “When the East meets the West: The future of traditional Chinese medicine in the 21st century” (2015)

Beck, “Unnatural Selection: How Racism Warps Scientific Truths” (2017)

Lopato, “Yes, Science is Political” (2017)


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