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‘Science Wars’ Veteran Latour Now Wants to Help Rebuild Trust in Science

Bruno Latour, the French sociologist who was a prime provocateur during the “Science Wars” of the 1980s and ’90s, said in an interview in Science that he now wants to help rebuild trust in science.

He first disputes the term science “war,” saying it was a “dispute” caused by social scientists studying how science is done and being critical of this process.

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