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Department of History and Philosophy of Science

 
  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
10am     P5: Evidence, Explanation and Models Weeks 1–4:
P4: Metaphysics of Physics
Weeks 1–4:
P6: Climate Change
11am   Weeks 1–4:
P2: Nature and Technology after Empire
Weeks 5–8:
P2: Anthropologies
Weeks 1–4:
P1: Institutions of Natural Knowledge Production
Weeks 5–8:
P1: Natural Knowledge in the Enlightenment
P2: Modern Science and Technology in East Asia Weeks 1–4:
P5: Reductionism
Weeks 5–8:
P5: Pragmatism
12noon Weeks 1–4:
P3/MMBS: Science and Medicine since WWI
Weeks 5–8:
P3: Biology: Lab and Field
Weeks 1–4:
P1/EM: Early Modern and Enlightenment Medicine and Natural History
Weeks 5–8:
P1/EM: Visual and Material Culture
Weeks 1–4:
P4/PSM: Philosophy of Biology
Weeks 5–8:
P6/EoM: Ethics and Politics of Technology
  Weeks 1–4:
P1/EM: Topics in the Social History of Medicine
Weeks 5–8:
P1/EM: Islamic and Chinese Medicine
1pm          
2pm Weeks 1–4:
P1: Early Modern Natural Knowledge
Weeks 5–8:
P1: Islamic and Chinese Science
Weeks 1–4:
P3/MMBS: Science and Medicine since WWI
Weeks 5–8:
P3: Biology: Lab and Field
Weeks 5–8:
Part II Dissertation Seminar (to 3.30)
Weeks 5–8:
Part II Dissertation Seminar (to 3.30)
 
3pm Week 6:
Part II Writing Support Seminar
       
4pm

Weeks 1–4:
P6/PEM/EoM: Ethics and Politics of Science and Medicine
Weeks 5–8:
P6/EoM: Science and Communism

Weeks 1–4:
P4/PEM/PSM: Philosophy of Psychiatry
Weeks 5–8:
P4/PSM: Philosophy of Cognitive Science
     
5pm Weeks 1–4:
IB: Philosophy of Science in Practice
Weeks 5–8:
IB: Is Social Science an Oxymoron?
  Weeks 1–3:
IB: Empires of Knowledge, 1789–1914
Weeks 4–8:
IB: Science in Power
  Weeks 1–3:
IB: Empires of Knowledge, 1789–1914
Week 4:
IB: Science in Power
Weeks 5–8:
IB: Space, Time and Reality: Philosophy of Physics

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