chapter  7
Gender and Epistemic Negotiation
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The old epistemology aspired to contain, in a sense, natural science; it would construct it somehow from sense data. Epistemology in its new setting, conversely, is contained in natural science, as a chapter of psychology... . We are studying how the human subject . . . posits bodies and projects his physics from his data, and we appreciate that our position in the world is just like his. Our very epistemological enterprise, and the psychology wherein it is a component chapter, and the whole of natural science wherein psychology is a component-all this is our own construction or projection from stimulations like those we are meting out to our epistemological subject.1