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It includes that whole section which in the business world is called 'management' It includes the professions. It includes of course government more conventionally defined and also the activities of those who are selecting, training, and indoctrinating those who will be its governors. The last includes those who provide and elaborate the procedures in which it is governed and develop methods for accounting for how it is done and predicting and analysing its characteristic consequences and sequences of events, namely the business schools, the sociologists, the economists, etc.
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The construction of a multinational and multicultural feminist academic community will, we hope, soon encompass science studies as well, bringing new questions, new perspectives, new transformations to this provocative and challenging subject. These essays hardly constitute a final word on any problem in the philosophy of science; they do not even represent a final word on or comprehensive account of feminist critiques of science. We have had to make our choices, articulating what we take to be a significant trajectory of argument; and, as noted above, some choices were pre-made for us by the demographics of participation in this inquiry.