>What are you reading?
It was a feminist paper critical of science. (https://faculty.washington.edu/pembina/all_articles/Haraway1988.pdf)
The two points were 1) not accounting for the origin of your knowledge is bad because it can lead to overgeneralzation, and 2) the search for knowledge should involve discussions with fellow beings rather than making something the object of research. The first idea is pretty reasonable, and the second is to if talking about people, but it's kinda value what it means to have a discussion with, say, Jupiter as a being.