Mark browns science in democracy is a uniquely brilliant critical analysis of the bearing of canonic and contemporary philosophical and theoretical texts on the place of science in democratic politics and institutions this book is a gift to the intelligent general lay reader but indispensable to scholars and students in this vibrant field. Science in democracy expertise institutions and representation reviewed by sheila jasanoff both science and democracy function through representation which for him means to stand for scientific representations stand for entities and phenomena in the natural world political representation stands for the voices of the many with . Review science in democracy expertise institutions and representation mark b brown mit press cambridge ma and london 2009 xvith 354pp gbp4195 5600. The reasons for this omission deserve investigation and this book will be useful to any making such an effort eric hundman university of chicago book reviews 109 science in democracy expertise institutions and representation. And science representative democracy is not merely an expedient for coping with belief in representative democracy as the best form of democracy 193 following pitkins lead instead of arguing that deliberative and participatory forms of science in democracy expertise institutions and representation 351 123
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