Readership: General readers and students of philosophy.
Stephen Gaukroger, ARC Professorial Fellow, University of Sydney, Australia and Professor of Philosophy, University of Aberdeen
Stephen Gaukroger has been Professor of History of Philosophy and History of Science in the Philosophy Department at the University of Sydney since 1981. His publications include, The Emergence of a Scientific Culture: Science and the Shaping of Modernity, 1210-1685 (OUP, 2006) and Descartes' System of Natural Philosophy (CUP, 2002).
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?