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Gender and racial-colonial categories still coconstitute each other today (Catherine Scott). Thus, because of their overlapping constituencies and interlocking discourses, each of these science and technology movements would seem to have to depend on the successes of the other to achieve its own professed goals. In this sense, they are strongly complementary. Yet these two science and technology movements often seem committed to conflicting assumptions about the relevant social relations, the relevant sciences, and questions of who can and should be agents of the kinds of radical social and scientific change for which each calls.
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