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Monthly Archives: September 2010
An obituary for Margaret Osler is here [h/t Leiter].
Lecture #4 from my course, History of Science II (since 1700).
Which book and who didn’t read it?
When I asked for suggestions for good, popular history of science I received a wide variety of responses, which I should have expected, given the nature of Twitter and the range of views that exist regarding what history of science … Continue reading
Lecture #3 from my course, History of Science II (since 1700).
Where do the dregs of the universe congergate? Read the answer here
Lecture #2 from my course, History of Science II (since 1700).
Lecture #1 from my course, History of Science II (since 1700). The course is an introduction for non-majors, the majority of whom are taking it for a distributional requirement in “Science & Society” and, frankly, probably don’t care about the … Continue reading
Back at my old blog I used to post slides from my course, Origins, Evolution and Creation and some folks seemed to enjoy them. This semester I’m teaching History of Science II, an episodic survey of science since 1700 (thought … Continue reading