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Suzanne Moon, review of Zapotec Science, by Roberto Gonzalez, Technology and Culture 43, no. 3 (July 2002): 623-625. Annotations A commentary on terminological considerations surrounding science, traditional environmental knowledge, indigenous science, etc. Appropriate material for the taxonomic debate about Western and non-Western epistemology. Notes 624 – “Should these practices be called ‘science’? Gonzalez explains that he appropriates […]