Defining Science: A Rhetoric of Demarcation (Rhetoric of the Human Sciences), by Charles Alan Taylor
Reviewed by Dieter Britz

This is a soc-sci book, concerned in general with demarcation issues in science. Demarcation means distinguishing between, e.g., science and pseudoscience, or between different areas of science. The former is dealt with with creationism as a case study, while "cold fusion" is taken as an example of the latter, i.e. chemists vs physicists. That chapter is however a little less sharply focussed and could well be seen as more science vs pseudoscience.