AO. social justice principles

AO: Given her positioning of a feminist decolonial technoscience approach as central to her book, Foster is worrying over the decolonizing of production and ownership of scientific knowledge. She notes: “The mere recognition or inclusion of indigenous knowledge will not be sufficient to unsettle those relations in today’s market-based hierarchies that differentially value certain ways of knowing and being over others nor is a truly just and prosperous nonracial future likely to be forged within scientific and legal practices that remain tied more to market than to social justice principles.” (130)


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