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Science, Culture, and the Evolution of a Stealth Social Policy

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Science, Culture, and the Evolution of a Stealth Social Policy

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

The Graduate Center, CUNY - Rm. 9206

Presented By

Presented by the History and Philosophy of Science Section

 

Speaker

Susan Chambre (Bernard M. Baruch College, City University of New York)

The History and Philosophy of Science Section of the New York Academy of Sciences holds multiple meetings covering a wide range of topics within the field. The Section's advisory committee works to bring together distinguished lecturers and scholars to promote discussion of their most recent research, or topics of critical current interest on issues related to the history and philosophy of science, technology, medicine, and relevant social and ethical questions.

Topics include the history of related disciplines in all historical periods from antiquity to the present, studied through diverse methodologies. The goal of the Section is to keep the Academy, its members, and those who attend its meetings well-informed about current work and the major figures— nationally and internationally—who are making the most significant contributions to the history and philosophy of science.

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