Since the culture wars of the 90s and the Sokal Affair some ideas have been aligned and others opposed in a dialectical geometry that does not seem to be especially conductive neither to feminism open to the contributions of science nor to a critical self-analysis that the experimental sciences desperately need.
We cannot accept that science is a discourse like any other. It is not. Science is a very particular discourse, where the unexpected has its own place. Nor can we lose sight of the fact that, despite its rhetoric, and its claim to be a culture of non-culture, science is not neutral. When we do science, we do gender.
We are going to follow the steps of EF Keller, Donna Haraway, Karen Barad and Chanda Prescod-Weinstein to see how we can build, not only a feminist epistemology but also a feminist ontology and ethics, taking Physics as a starting point.