Philosophy 128

Summer 2011 Session D

Number Title Instructor Days/time Room
128 Philosophy of Science Skokowski TuWTh 1-3:30 TBA

This course is an intermediate level introduction to problems in philosophy of science through readings of primary sources. We will examine several movements in recent philosophy of science ranging from logical positivism to realism and anti-realism about scientific theories and entities. We will also examine philosophical problems in specific sciences, including, for example, physics. A scientific or technical background is not required - just a philosophical curiosity about science.

Previously taught: SP10, SP09, SP07, SP06, SP05.