Our World Views (May Be) Incommensurable: Now What?
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. 1995 Jun; 20(3): 271-284.
In focusing their view on Kuhn, Robert Veatch and William Stempsey ignore alternative sources of insight from other voices that could help move us beyond incommensurability. Richard Rorty and Helen Longino, for example, offer another view of science and objectivity with constructive insight for the practice of science and medicine.
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