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When theories formerly considered to be in their scientific

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When theories formerly considered to be in their scientific [#permalink] New post 15 Jan 2020, 15:54
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When theories formerly considered to be (i) _______ in their scientific objectivity are found instead to reflect a consistent observational and evaluative bias, then the presumed neutrality of science gives way to the recognition that categories of knowledge are human (ii) _______ .


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disinterested imperatives
callous errors
verifiable constructions


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1. The first blank should reflect the opposite of "bias", which is done only by "disinterested".
2. The second blank is tricky. One might choose "errors"; however, bias need not be errors. They are human constructions. "Imperatives" does not fit here.
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