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EP386 - Philosophy of Science

It has long been acknowledged that mathematics and the natural sciences provide knowledge of the world - if any disciplines do. But "the" scientific worldview has proved suspiciously unstable, thanks to Darwin, Einstein, and quantum theory. In EP386 you will roam the halls of science and learn how the structure was built. Knowing the equation is critically important, of course, but understanding the processes that led to our search for the equation provides insight into the whole scientific enterprise. Take this course to understand science better.

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