Science in vivo

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Transliteration of original Title: 
Nauka in vivo
Author(s): 
Sergei P. Schavelev
Kurst State Medical University
Issue number: 
No.1 (Vol.55)
Pages: 
10.5840/eps201855119
Abstract: 

This is a review of the book by Leo S. Klein “The Tortures of Science: A Scientist and Power, a Scientist and Money, a Scientist and Morals” (Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozreniye, 2017. 576 pp). The review presents the book’s structure and the key topics; marks some controversial points and conclusions made by the author. The review is dedicated to the recent 90th anniversary of Professor Leo S. Klein.

Keywords: 
science, the corporation of scientists, its moral code and its violations, pseudoscience
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Schavelev S.P. “Kak zhe zhit'?» Zaveshchanie mastera“, Stratum plus. Arkheologiya i kul'turnaya antropologiya, 2017, no. 1. pp. 347–364. (In Russian)

Shchavelev S.P. “Uchast' progressora” [Progressor’s fate],  Evraziiskii arkheologo-istoriograficheskii sbornik. Saint Petersburg – Krasnoyarsk: Izd-vo Krasnoyarskogo un-ta, 2012. pp. 193–201. (In Russian)

Tunkina, I.V., Shchavelev, S.P. “Mysl' ob istorii mysli: kognitivnyi portret razvitiya mirovoi arkheologii”[A thought on the history of thought: a cognitive portrait of the development of world archeology],  Epistemology & philosophy of science, 2013, vol. 38, no. 4. pp. 235–240. (In Russian)

DOI: 
10.5840/eps201855119
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