Oxford University Press (2012)

Stephen Gaukroger
University of Sydney
Machine generated contents note: -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Aren't all judgements biased in one way or another? -- 3. Don't all judgements involve some assumptions? -- 4. Doesn't science show there is no objectivity? -- 5. Is it possible to represent things objectively? -- 6. Is objectivity a form of honesty? -- 7. Objectivity in numbers? -- 8. Can the study of human behaviour be objective? -- 9. Can there be objectivity in ethics? -- 10. Can there be objectivity in taste? -- References -- Further reading.
Keywords Objectivity  PHILOSOPHY / Ethics & Moral Philosophy
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Call number BD220.G38 2012
ISBN(s) 9780199606696   0199606692
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