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In this chapter, I clarify and criticize some of these conceptions and propose alternatives. By “culturalism” I refer to perspectives that view scientific cultures and practices in terms of the essential cultures of the country or region in question and that seek to understand their developments through macroscopic considerations of such cultures. Criticizing these, I argue that national culture is not a useful category for discussing scientific practices. Not only is the notion of national culture too coarse to capture the heterogeneity in scientific cultures, but also the concept of national boundaries falls short of constructing meaningful cultural boundaries.
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