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Department of History and Philosophy of Science

 
  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
10am   Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: Board of Longitude
Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: The Oceans
P4: Philosophy of Economics Weeks 3–8:
P6: Sociology of Scientific Knowledge
11am   P2: Sciences of Territory and Population Weeks 1–4:
P1: Early Modern Natural Knowledge
Weeks 1–4:
P2: Physical Sciences and Empire in the Victorian World
Weeks 5–8:
P2: Nature and Technology after Empire
P5: Realism and Reductionism
12noon Weeks 1–4:
P3/MMBS: Science in the Making of Modern Medicine
Weeks 5–8:
P3/MMBS: Science and Medicine since WWI
Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source/EM: Medical Cases and Casebooks
Weeks 5–8:
P1/EM: Early Chinese Medicine
Weeks 1–4:
P5: Laws of Nature
Weeks 5–8:
P5: Probability
Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: Evolutionary Theory
P1/EM: Early Medicine
1pm          
2pm Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: Science for the People
Weeks 1–4:
P3/MMBS: Science in the Making of Modern Medicine
Weeks 5–8:
P3/MMBS: Reproductive Technologies
Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: Sexual Desire
Weeks 1–4:
P6: Science and Communism
Weeks 1–4:
Primary Source: The Direction of Time
3pm Weeks 2–4:
Part II Writing Support Seminar
Part II Research Methods Seminar      
4pm Weeks 1–6:
P6/PEM: Ethics and Politics of Science and Medicine
Weeks 7–8:
PEM: Ethics and Politics of Science and Medicine
P4/PEM: Philosophy of the Biomedical Sciences: Concepts and Evidence      
5pm IB: What Is Science?   Weeks 1–4:
IB: Natural Philosophy
Weeks 5–8:
IB: Is Social Science an Oxymoron?
  IB: Natural Philosophy

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