History and Philosophy of Science: Revolutions in Science
26 - 30 August 2013
Introducing students to modern debates in the History and Philosophy of Science. The central theme will be “Scientific Revolutions”.
Are you an advanced and ambitious bachelor student in the Humanities or Sciences with a strong interest in History and Philosophy of Science as well as proficiency in English? The Summer School curriculum will provide you an excellent introduction to the field of HPS and offer an opportunity to get acquainted with the HPS master program in Utrecht.
Prof.dr. Floris Cohen: Isaac Newton and The Scientific Revolution.
Prof.dr. Dennis Dieks (course director): 1905, Einstein’s New Space and Time.
Dr. Jeroen van Dongen (course director): Revolutions and Anti-Revolutions in Science: the Case of Relativity Revisited.
Prof.dr. Frans van Lunteren: History of the Quantum Revolution. Prof.dr Albert Visser: Logicist Foundations.
Prof.dr. Bert Theunissen: The Darwinian Revolution.
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