One goal of this book has been to demonstrate how the science wars can be resolved in ways that are satisfactory to both scientists and their critics. Social constructivists are correct in seeing scientific knowledge is a body of symbolic constructions that is undergoing continued processes of reconstruction. Scientists are right in sensing that science has numerous valuable methods that few people-even researchers-fully understand. Ironically, both scientists and critical thinkers have been responding to various repugnant facts that they notice from their different perspectives, then working to reconstruct science with their own unique skills. It is time to coordinate those reconstructive processes.