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Acknowledgements IntroductionHarding and Robert Figueroa 1. Sciences in Cultures, Cultures in Sciences Aids, Crisis and Activist Science, Robert Hood 2. Why Standpoint Maters Alison Wylie 3. A World of Sciences, Sandra Harding 4. To Walk in Balance: An Encounter between Contemporary Western Science and Conquest-era Nahua Philosophy, James Maffie 5. Seeds and their Socio-Cultural Nexus, Hugh Lacey 6. Fallout: Issues in the Study Treatment, and Reparations of Exposed Marshall Islanders, Robert Crease 6. Classifying People: Science and Technology at Our Service 7. Essentially Empirical: The Roles of Biological and Legal Classification in Effectively Prohibiting Genetic Discrimination, Anita Silvers and Michael Ashley Stein 8. Rethinking Normalcy, Normalization and Cognitive Disability, Licia Carlson 9. Conformity through Cosmetic Surgery: The Medical Erasure of Race and Disability, Sara Goering 10. The Wisconsin Cart Sort: An Empirical and Philosophical Analysis of Presuppositions Regarding Flexibility of Cognition, Sara Waller 11. Geography and Ideas of Race, Naomi Zack 12. Queer Nature, Circular Science, Margaret Cuonzo 13. Tradition and Modernity:Issues in Philosophies of Technological Change; Technology in a Global World, Andrew Feenberg 14. Creativity of Technology and the Modernization Process of Japan, Junichi Murata The Contributors.