This unit of study explores a variety of issues in philosophy of science. It uses a range of examples from different sciences (e.g., physics, biology, chemistry) to examine theories, models, concepts, and the various tools that are considered part of the scientific method. Students will learn how to apply this philosophical analysis of science to historical and contemporary findings, as well as to their own research.
Unit details and rules
|History and Philosophy of Science Academic Operations
|12 credit points of HPSC3XXX or PHIL3XXX or HSTY3XXX
|Available to study abroad and exchange students