- Title Pages
- Preface to the New Edition
IntroductionCultures of Objectivity
Part IPower in Numbers
Chapter OneA World of Artifice
Chapter TwoHow Social Numbers Are Made Valid
Chapter ThreeEconomic Measurement and the Values of Science
Chapter FourThe Political Philosophy of Quantification
Part IITechnologies of Trust
Chapter FiveExperts against Objectivity: Accountants and Actuaries
Chapter SixFrench State Engineers and the Ambiguities of Technocracy
Chapter SevenU.S. Army Engineers and the Rise of Cost-Benefit Analysis
Part IIIPolitical and Scientific Communities
Chapter EightObjectivity and the Politics of Disciplines
Chapter NineIs Science Made by Communities?
- Trust in Numbers
Theodore M. Porter
- Princeton University Press
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