EP.00 PART ONE: Science is not modern, objective, nor in control of itself.
WELCOME to PART ONE of our background-describing, foundation-setting Episode 00. Megan talks about the problems with thinking of things as "modern," some of the many issues with thinking of science as objective, and some handy ways to understand how we talk about ourselves and knowledge.
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