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Michaelmas Term 2017

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10am Weeks 3, 5–8:
P3: History of Anthropology
Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: Stradanus
Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: Chinese Medical Reports
P6: Philosophy of Economics

Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: Boas
Weeks 5, 7–8:
P1: Genres of Early Science

11am Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: Reichenbach
Weeks 5–8:
P5: Metaphysics of Physics
Weeks 1–5:
P4: Sciences, Politics, Publics
Weeks 1–5:
P4: Sciences, Politics, Publics
P5: Realism and Reductionism
12noon Weeks 1–6:
P3/MMBS: Science in the Making of Modern Medicine
Weeks 7–8:
P4/MMBS: Science and Medicine Since WWI
P1/EM: Medieval Medicine Weeks 1–5:
P2: Early Modern Natural Knowledge
Weeks 1–4:
P3: Science, Industry and Empire
Week 5:
P3: History of Anthropology
P1/EM: Early Modern Medicine
1pm
2pm Weeks 1–4:
P2: Picturing Nature in the Renaissance
Weeks 1–6:
P3/MMBS: Science in the Making of Modern Medicine
Weeks 7–8:
P4/MMBS: Science and Medicine Since WWI
Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: Cybernetics
Weeks 1–5:
P2: Early Modern Natural Knowledge
Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: The Stanford School
Week 5:
P1: Genres of Early Science
3pm Part III & MPhil Seminar
Weeks 1–5:
Part II Research Methods Seminar
Part III & MPhil Lecture (to 4.30) Part III & MPhil Seminar
4pm P6/PEM: Ethics and Politics of Science and Medicine P5/PEM: Philosophy of the Biomedical Sciences
5pm IB: What Is Science? Weeks 1–4:
IB: Natural Philosophy
Weeks 5–8:
IB: Philosophy of Science in Practice
IB: Natural Philosophy

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