By: Evelyn Fox Keller
195 pages, no illustrations
Secrets of Life, Secrets of Death traces the development of Evelyn Fox Keller's thoughts since her book "Reflections on Gender and Science", published in 1985. The essays included here represent her attempts to integrate the insight of feminist theory with those of her contemporaries in the history and philosophy of science, those who devote themselves to "thinking about science" , and with the manifest accomplishments of her col leagues in the natural sciences who devote themselves to "doing" science.
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